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you just need to convert m^3 to ft^3 ..
but how do i get m^3 removed.
i guess you have to use those easy to remember ratios they gave in parenthesis to convert between SI and US units, no looking up meters to feet directly
this way, not to difficult, you still want cubed units, a volume
8.12X10^-3 m^3 (... i do not understadn this but I know I need a ratio that will cancle M6
start with the given, and multiply by ratios of 1 to change units cubed units to linear units is just like that, you have to distribute all those ^3 into the number and the unit
how di du got the first ratio? that's usually the hard part for me
1cm^3/ 10^-2 m^3
10^-2 m = 1 cm to change to cubed units, cube everything, constants and units [10^-2 m] ^3 = [1 cm]^3 10^-6 m^3 = 1^3 cm^3
okay I understand it now! Ty hope I will able to do these by myself. thnks
yeah just think of a conversion ratio as an equation 2.54 cm = 1 in to change to another dimension, just manipulate the equation with powers whole numbers to go up, and fractions to go down dimension
2.54^3 cm^3 = 1^3 in^3
okay so anythin gthat would help cancel out the ratio given. try to mold the next ratio to do so. Alright thanks a bunch
to go from length to area, you use power 2, exe...
i always just start with the given thing then notice how units cancel, which tells you what way to put the fraction, m^3 has to be in the bottom to cancel out. work towards the unit you need
alright I will practice more problems!
just changing units of measure. I still have a few pages of just ratios of 1 that i kept track of through college courses. lol
through out my clg years there are going to be a lot of things that I am gonna have to keep track of :(
i have to run, ill take a look at that stuff tomorrow
I got my answer for this question as .0266 but that's not the right answer
i got 0.2868 about
|dw:1449349333745:dw| maybe forgot to cube something
alright i guess i did.