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convert units

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    12km/s to m/s

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    |dw:1361831870301:dw|

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    @zepdrix

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    i know this is foolish question but every time i do it gets wrong

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    |dw:1361831939084:dw|

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    it is correct 12km/s =12000 m/s

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    what would be |dw:1361832260034:dw|

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    is this wright

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    Again converting to meters?

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    15N/cm to n/m

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    ya

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    \[\large 100cm=1m \qquad \rightarrow \qquad \frac{100cm}{1m}=1\]We can multiply by \(1\) because it won't change the `value` of our expression, it will just change the units.\[\large \frac{15N}{cm}(1) \qquad \rightarrow \qquad \frac{15N}{cm}\left(\frac{100cm}{m}\right)\]The centimeters will cancel out,\[\large \frac{15N}{\cancel{cm}}\left(\frac{100\cancel{cm}}{m}\right)\]Leaving us with,\[\large \frac{1500N}{m}\]

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