anonymous
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express 40lbs. per square ft. in pounds per square inch
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anonymous
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work pleASE! :d
anonymous
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40lbs/ft^2 *((1ft)^2/(12in)^2 = 40 lbs/ft^2 *(1ft^2/144in^2)
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@raleung2 bossy?

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anonymous
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no D:
anonymous
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write that down on a piece of paper with horizontal division lines. See how the "ft^2" cancels out? You just end up dividing 40 by 144.
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait im confused. what the answer?
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppaCtBbwISo
anonymous
  • anonymous
soo whats the answer?
anonymous
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anonymous
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I know you can figure this out!
anonymous
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im trying... LOLOL
anonymous
  • anonymous
With any of these conversion problems, you get it so the units you don't want cancel out. Just divide 40 by 144 and your answer will be in lb/in^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
Look up unit conversions in google and search by "videos."
anonymous
  • anonymous
im confused? just tell me the answer/
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you need to know this for an exam? Fine, here it is. 0.278 lb/in^2. Can you watch at least one video on how to do these?
anonymous
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okay and yes/

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