Home > Conversions (Weight) > Conversion tables from/to gram > g to hg Conversion Cheat Sheet (Interactive)
 To build or customize your cheat sheet (table below) adjust the values (From, Step, Decimals) in this form and hit the Update button. You could also enter the values to convert and print directly on the table From: Step: Decimals: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
 [Formula: hg = g x 0.01]   [Printer friendly]  [Hectograms to Grams]
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# Grams to Hectograms Conversion Table

 g  =  0.01 hg

# How to convert from Grams to Hectograms

Since 1 gram is equal to 0.01 hectograms, we could say that n grams are equal to 0.01 times n hectograms. In other words, we could use the following formula:

hectograms = grams x 0.01

For example, let's say that we want to convert 2.0 grams to hectograms. Then, we just replace grams in the abovementioned formula with 2.0:

hectograms = 2.0 x 0.01

That is, 2.0 grams are equal to 0.02 hectograms.