# It can be used as a unit analysis conversion factor

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It can be used as a unit analysis conversion factor that converts mass to volume or volume to mass. mass Density = volume

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Percentage and Percentage Calculations Mass percentages and volume percentage can be used as unit analysis conversion factors to convert between units of the part and units of the whole. X (any mass unit) part For X% by mass 100 (same mass unit) whole X (any volume unit) part For X% by volume 100 (same volume unit) whole
Conversion Types

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Temperature Conversions ? K = --- ° C + 273.15 ? ° C = --- K - 273.15 1.8 °F ? °F = --- °C + 32 °F 1 °C 1 °C ? °C = --- °F - 32 °F 1.8 °F
Comparing Temperature Scales

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Rounding Answers from Addition and Subtraction Step 1: Determine whether each value is exact, and ignore exact values. Skip exact values. Do Step 2 for values that are not exact. Step 2: Determine the number of decimal positions for each value that is not exact. Step 3: Round your answer to the same number of decimal positions as the inexact value with the fewest decimal places.
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