CUnit_1Conversions_WSKL

CUnit_1Conversions_WSKL - particles of platinum. 9. A...

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Name: Period: Date: Directions : Use dimensional analysis or ratios to solve each problem. Show your work and box your answers. 1. Convert 0.0489 g to mg 2. Convert 16 years to days 3. Convert 1067 cm to km 4. How many meters are in 2.7 km? 5. How many mm are in 0.001 km? Name: Period: Date: Directions : Use dimensional analysis or ratios to solve each problem. Show your work and box your answers. 1. Convert 0.0489 g to mg 2. Convert 16 years to days 3. Convert 1067 cm to km 4. How many meters are in 2.7 km? 5. How many mm are in 0.001 km?
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6. Convert 1.7 kg to cg 7. Convert 19.545 cg to kg 8. Calculate the number of moles in 3.01×10 22
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Unformatted text preview: particles of platinum. 9. A laboratory procedure requires the use of 0.50 moles of H 2 gas. How many particles of hydrogen are required? 10. How many particles of lead are in 0.0230 moles of lead? 11. Calculate the number of moles of sugar in a sample that contains 2.0510 22 sugar grains? 6. Convert 1.7 kg to cg 7. Convert 19.545 cg to kg 8. Calculate the number of moles in 3.0110 22 particles of platinum. 9. A laboratory procedure requires the use of 0.50 moles of H 2 gas. How many particles of hydrogen are required? 10. How many particles of lead are in 0.0230 moles of lead? 11. Calculate the number of moles of sugar in a sample that contains 2.0510 22 sugar grains?...
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