.
.
Math Central - mathcentral.uregina.ca
Quandaries & Queries
Q & Q
. .
topic card  

Topic:

conversions

list of
topics
. .
start over

8 items are filed under this topic.
 
Page
1/1
Converting cubic meters to gallons and liters 2006-11-16
From Lorne:
I have a large tank and I would like to know the formula for the conversion. And do you have any other info on web sites that have conversion tools as most of the tools are in u.s and I live in Canada and need the metric conversions.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Metric Conversions 2006-09-02
From Patricia:
I have a new difficulty, metric conversion when it involves the prefixes. Some problems I need help with are:
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
How many gallons of water in a cubic foot? 2002-04-14
From Richard:
I am tring to find out how many gallons of water in a cubic foot.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Conversions 2001-01-24
From Tanya:
I have 2 questions
  1. covert 628 kilometers to miles.(round off your answer to two decimal places.)

  2. a new clerk in your office is to earn $200 per week. If she works 30.5 hours each week, what is her hourly rate? (round off your answer to the nearest hundreth, that is, to the nearest cent.)

Answered by Penny Nom.
Conversions 2000-04-23
From Tara:
750 lbs = ___ tons

How do I figure this out!? I know that 1 ton is 2000 lbs, how do I figure out this answer?
Answered by Penny Nom.

Unit conversions 1999-04-20
From Deanna:
My question has to do with unit conversions with English and metric systems. I need to know how to use conversion factors with powers of 10. Which way do i move my decimal point. ex. .48kl to liters. Thank you.
Answered by Jack LeSage.
des conversions de bases différentes 2003-01-04
From Christian:
Je cherche désespérément la (les) règle(s) pour réussir des conversions de bases différentes : de base x vers base y.
Answered by Claude Tardif.
Les tableaux de conversions 2001-05-03
From Jean-Jacques:
Sur quel site est il possible de trouver tous les tableaux de conversions de mètres,kg,litre,m2,m3

Quelle est la relation entre les m3 et les litres 1 m3 = 1000 litres = 1000 kg?


Answered by Claude Tardif.
 
Page
1/1

 

 


Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.

CMS
.

 

Home Resource Room Home Resource Room Quandaries and Queries Mathematics with a Human Face About Math Central Problem of the Month Math Beyond School Outreach Activities Teacher's Bulletin Board Canadian Mathematical Society University of Regina PIMS