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what is the given amount converted to the given unit ? 195 s; minutes

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    \[195 \space\text{seconds} \times \frac{\space\text{minutes}}{60 \space\text{seconds}}\]

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    So I would multiply 195 and 60 ?

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    no I would divide and get 3.25

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    3.25 minutes Correct

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    Thank u ! could u check another for me ?

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    ??

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    What is it?

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    @mikaa_toxica13

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    108 ft; inches 9 inches

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    You think that 108 ft = 9 inches?

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    This is why they teach dimensional analysis\conversion. \[108\space\text{ft} \times \frac{12\space\text{in}}{\text{ft}} = (108)(12)\space\text{in}\]

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    Uhmmm I don't think that came out how u wanted it too. I did the same thing I did on other problem and got 9 inches. It's one of the answers provided as well.

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    But you should know 108 doesn't equal 9 inches. You can get 9 inches on a little pocket ruler. But to get 108 ft, it would take you a while to measure that using a ruler.

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