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Marmar10

  • one year ago

Covert 1.53×103 kg/ML to Mg/cL

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  1. kittiwitti1
    • one year ago
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    Oooh conversions! :o Is 103 actually 10^3?

  2. marmar10
    • one year ago
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    yes oops

  3. kittiwitti1
    • one year ago
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    Okay. I can't do the work for you because then you wouldn't learn, but here is an acronym for you to help remember unit conversions: \[\text{Great Mighty king henry Died __ drinking chocolate milk monday night}\]\[\text{Giga Mega kilo hecto Deca (base unit) deci centi milli micro nano}\]\[G-M-k-h-D-\text{base unit}-d-c-m-\mu-n\]

  4. kittiwitti1
    • one year ago
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    https://www.mnemonic-device.com/physics/metric/prefixes-of-the-metric-system/ This link can help you.

  5. kittiwitti1
    • one year ago
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    Conversion formula (input values based on the link/template I gave you before)\[\frac{1.53\times10^{3}kg}{ML}=\frac{?g}{1kg}=\frac{1Mg}{?g}=\frac{?L}{1ML}=\frac{?cL}{1L}\]

  6. marmar10
    • one year ago
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    thank you! i will try to do it now

  7. kittiwitti1
    • one year ago
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    Alright then :] You're welcome ^^ feel free to come back here if you run into any trouble doing it, I'll be here :p

  8. marmar10
    • one year ago
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    i got .0000153 but its not right

  9. kittiwitti1
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    Did you put it in scientific notation?

  10. marmar10
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    still not right :/

  11. marmar10
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    is that even the right answer?

  12. kittiwitti1
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    Hmm. Let me try.

  13. kittiwitti1
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    You're not on a time limit are you? I need awhile to work this out lol

  14. marmar10
    • one year ago
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    nope!

  15. kittiwitti1
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    Alright good. Brb then xD

  16. kittiwitti1
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    ._. Oh heck... I messed up the formula. That's probably why you got it wrong lol

  17. kittiwitti1
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    \[\frac{1.53\times10^{3}kg}{1ML}=\frac{?g}{1kg}=\frac{1Mg}{?g}=\frac{1ML}{?L}=\frac{?cL}{1L}\]Can you do it now?

  18. marmar10
    • one year ago
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    hmmm still wrong

  19. kittiwitti1
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    What answer did you get?

  20. marmar10
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    15.3

  21. kittiwitti1
    • one year ago
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    Did your equation look like this?\[\frac{1.53\times10^{3}kg}{1ML}=\frac{10^{3}g}{1kg}=\frac{1ML}{10^{6}L}=\frac{10^{2}cL}{1L}\]

  22. marmar10
    • one year ago
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    nope. you forgot 1Mg/g

  23. marmar10
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    i only have one more try lol :')

  24. kittiwitti1
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    Oh right sorry! \[=\frac{1Mg}{10^{6}g}\]What about now?

  25. kittiwitti1
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    Don't try again, do it on paper >_>

  26. kittiwitti1
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    OH WOW I did the formula wrong again =_= flip the last fraction in this http://prntscr.com/8kv07d

  27. marmar10
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    got .00153

  28. kittiwitti1
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    Okay so you get \[\frac{1.53\times10^{3}}{1ML}=\frac{10^{3}g}{1kg}=\frac{1Mg}{10^{6}}=\frac{1ML}{10^{6}L}=\frac{1L}{10^{2}cL}\]

  29. kittiwitti1
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    cross out like units then simplify:\[\frac{1.53\times10^{3}\times10^{3}Mg}{10^{6}\times10^{6}\times10^{2}cL}\]what did you get?

  30. marmar10
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    .0000000153

  31. kittiwitti1
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    it's 10^3 on top and 10^6, 10^6, 10^2 on bottom btw.\[\frac{1.53\times10^{6}}{10^{14}}\]

  32. kittiwitti1
    • one year ago
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    \[1.53\times10^{-8}\]Did you get this?

  33. marmar10
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    yep same thing!

  34. kittiwitti1
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    Alright then I think that's the right answer. You still have one attempt left right?

  35. marmar10
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    yay its right! haha thank you. conversions suck

  36. kittiwitti1
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    Lol, honestly it would've been easier if I'd written it out from the start xD I messed up the calculations in my head e_e

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