Is this right? A salt truck drops 39 kilograms of salt per minute. How many grams of salt does the truck drop per second. 39kilograms/1minute (times) 1000milligrams/1gram (times) 1minute/60seconds=39000grams/60seconds=650grams/1second

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Is this right? A salt truck drops 39 kilograms of salt per minute. How many grams of salt does the truck drop per second. 39kilograms/1minute (times) 1000milligrams/1gram (times) 1minute/60seconds=39000grams/60seconds=650grams/1second

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\[\sf \frac{39~kg}{1~min}~\times~\frac{10^3~g}{1~kg}~\times~ \frac{1~min}{60~sec} =\frac{39 \cdot 10^3~g}{60~sec} =\frac{39000~g}{60~sec} = \color{red}{\frac{650~g}{sec}} \] You're correct :)
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