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1. Convert 60 miles per hour into meters per second. 1 mile= 1.609344 kilometers 60 miles 1.609344=96.56064 kilometers 1 kilometer= 1000 meters.  96.56064 1000=96,560.64 meters per hour 1 hour=60 60=3,600 seconds Thus, 96560.64 meters per hour/3,600 seconds= 26.8224 meters  per second.   2. Convert 186,282 miles per second into meters per second. 1 mile Per second to meter per second= 1,609.344 1,609.344 186,282= 299,791,819.008 meters per second. 3. Convert  3.0 × 10 3 μm ¿ cm   This conversion will be solved using the following formula: cm = μm 10000  thus,  cm μm 1.03 + 4 , 30 1.0e+4 , = 0.0030, ¿ exponential form 3e-3 4. The crew of the Apollo 9 collected moon rocks to bring back  to earth. Three of the rocks were massed to be 9.60g,  0.00345kg and 195mg. What was the total mass of these rocks  reported in grams.  Using the known data of the conversion table for mass we can  conclude that 0.00345kg=3.45g, and that 195mg=0.195g. By  taking these two sums and adding them to the mass of the  third rock (9.60g) we come to the conclusion that the total 
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