Converting min to ks and converting ks to ns

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Converting min to ks and converting ks to ns

Postby gertie6480 » Sat Sep 06, 2008 1:13 am

Ok here is the problems that I am working on.

.000105 min to ks

and the next ? is

.00156 ks to ns.

Any help on how to covert these would be greatly appreciated. and if you can explain how you came to this answer it is so much appreciated. I am stuck on these for my college chem homework.
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Re: Converting min to ks and converting ks to ns

Postby Guest » Sat Sep 06, 2008 11:59 pm

gertie6480 wrote:Ok here is the problems that I am working on.

.000105 min to ks

and the next ? is

.00156 ks to ns.

Any help on how to covert these would be greatly appreciated. and if you can explain how you came to this answer it is so much appreciated. I am stuck on these for my college chem homework.


Well, there are 60 seconds in a minute. Apart from that, the problem reduces to understanding metric prefixes as representing powers of ten. Read your text or Google.
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