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JimmyDubz

  • 3 years ago

how to convert 10.7cm into grams, 1cm/50g

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  1. wcaprar
    • 3 years ago
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    This makes no sense to me, but I will answer it. You would use dimensional analysis: \[10.7cm \times50grams \div1cm =535grams\] Its easier to see if you write the 50 grams/1cm as a fraction. The "cm" will cancel out and you are left with grams

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    thanks this was very helpful!

  4. JimmyDubz
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    sorry for wording it wrong I'm doing scalar quantity and vector quantity. Forces in a Plane.

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