IED 3.2 Submission Form.docx

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Activity 3.2 Unit Conversion – Submission Form Name: Period : Complete each of the following. Type your answers in a different color. (5 points will be deducted from your grade if you fail to do so.) Submit the completed form into Canvas when it is completed. 1. Write an equation that shows the equivalency between meters and Gigameters. 2. What conversion factor should be used to convert from meters to Gigameters? 3. Convert each of the following quantities to the indicated units. Use the appropriate number of significant figures to express your answer unless directed otherwise. a. 4.567 trillion (4,567,000,000,000) meters to Gigameters. b. 14520 milliliters to liters. Report to the nearest hundredth of a liter. c. 43 thousand microseconds to seconds. Report to the nearest thousandth of a second. d. 6.30 yards to feet. e. 0.55 feet to inches. f. 9 ft – 2 ½ in. to inches. Report answer using fractional inches. g. 3 ft – 5 inches to decimal feet. Report to the nearest hundredth of a foot.

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• Spring '14
• DavidC.Bramlett

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