# Electrical Engineering - Quantities and Units - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Quantities and Units - General Questions (Q.No. 4)
4.
When converting 7,000 nA to microamperes, the result is
0.007 µA
0.7 µA
700 µA
7 µA
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Swati Ranjan swain said:   5 years ago
Thanks all for explaining this.

Rajesh kumar chauhan said:   7 years ago
Thanks for the explanation.
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RAJA said:   7 years ago
700nm = 700*10^-9.

Convert nano to micro,
= 7000*10^-9*(1u /10^-6),
= 7000*10^-9*10^6 um,
= 7000*10^-9+6 um,
= 7000*10^-3 um,
= 7um.

Saroj said:   7 years ago
Thanks for the given detailed solution.

Jayesh Joshi said:   7 years ago
7000x10^-9 = 7000x10^-3x10^06.
= (7000/10^3)x10^-6.
= (7000/1000)x10^-6.

Kanna dhasan said:   8 years ago
Thanks for the given solution.

Prakash Chandra keer said:   8 years ago
Thank you all friends.

Chinedu said:   8 years ago
Thanks @James Reynold.

Sagar wagh said:   8 years ago
1 mA = 1000 nA.
7 mA = 7000 nA.

So it is option D.

James Reynold said:   8 years ago
1 Picometer pm = 10^-12m.
1 Angstrom (Ã…) = 10^-10m.
1 Nanometer nm= 10^-9m.
1 Micrometer um= 10^-6m.
1 Millimeter mm= 10^-3m.
1 meter m = 1m.
1 Kilometer km = 10^3 m.
1 Megameter Mm = 10^6m.
1 Gigameter Gm = 10^9m.
1 Tetrameter TM = 10^12m.