Hi does anyone know the "proper" way to do metric conversions?
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Hmm give me an example and i can help.
OK to go from 8m to km I know to move the decimal, but I have to be able to show it with math.
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1000 meter is 1 km
therefore it will be 8/1000 km
1 cm = 2.54 inches
1 gal = 3.78 liters
1 inch = 25.4 millimeters.
1 liter = 33.8 ounces.
1 lb = 454 grams.
From a 8m to kilometers is as follows.
8m * 1km/1000meters
meters cancel, leaving us with:
i see that but I'm not sure how it works.
Okay. So we know that in math, anything divided by 1 is itself.
So let's call the first part of the is 8 m.
Then we are going to multiply by 1/1000.
There is 1 km for every 1000 meters. This is why we label the unit conversion this way.
Next, we do the division of 8*1/1000 which is the same as 8/1000.
When we do this we have: 8m km/1000 m.
The fact that we have meters above and below allows us to cancel, leaving us with .008 km.
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Would this work for any system? I am in a radiography program and have to convert between doses of radiation. Can I explain to you?