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9.3 Measuring Weight and Temperature Weight conversions between the English and Metric Systems 1 oz ~ 28g 1 lb ~ 0.45kg 1T ~ 0.9 t Conversion between Celsius and Fahrenheit degrees C = 5 9 ( F – 32) F = 9 5 C + 32 1. Convert a. 70 O F to Celsius degrees. Round to the nearest whole number. b. 30 O C to Fahrenheit degrees. 2. Convert 7.4kg to mg. 3. Convert 630mg to g. 4. Convert 55oz to lbs given that 1lb = 16oz.
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5. Convert 37oz to g given that 1oz = 28g. 6. Convert 345kg to lb given that 1lb = 0.45kg. Round to two decimals. 7. Six items purchased at a grocery store weigh 15kg. One of the items weighs 855g. What is the total weight, in kilograms, of the other five items? 8. If the cost to mail a letter is 41c for mail weighing up to one
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