# Unit Conversions

Unit conversions play a pivotal role in various fields, facilitating the seamless transition between different measurement systems and scales. In science, engineering, and everyday life, the ability to convert units accurately is essential for conducting experiments, analyzing data, and making informed decisions. Whether it's converting between metric and imperial units, or transitioning from one unit of measurement to another within the same system, mastering unit conversions is fundamental. This introductory paragraph sets the stage for exploring the significance and practical applications of unit conversions across diverse disciplines.

Questions

- How do you convert #"255 mm Hg"# to #"atm"#? What about #"620 torr"# to #"PSI"#?
- What part of a liter is one milliliter?
- How do you convert 62°F to kelvins?
- How do you convert 345 cm to meters?
- How do you convert ml to l?
- A punch recipe uses 2 pints of sparkling water for every 3 pints of fruit juice. How many pints of fruit juice are used for each pint of sparkling water?
- How many milliliters are in 22.4 L?
- The most abundant element in seawater is chlorine. Seawater contains 19,000 mg of chlorine per liter. How do you calculate this as kilograms per cubic meter?
- How do you convert cm to m?
- .4 miles is how many feet?
- How many feet is 15 miles?
- A frame of movie film is 35 mm wide and 26.25 mm high. The film projects an image 8 m wide. How high is the image?
- The critical pressure of carbon dioxide is 72.7 atm. What is this value in units of pascals?
- If you are given #2.13 x10^24# atoms Au, how do you determine the moles in the sample and the mass of the sample?
- What is 64 ounces in pounds?
- How do you convert 3.00 days to s?
- Peanuts in the shell, which regularly sell for 2.59 cents, are on sale at 2lbs for $5.00 . How much could you save on 10 pounds of peanuts if you bought them on sale?
- How do you convert 45.6 milliliters to liters?
- David takes 300 milligrams of medicine every day. How many grams is this?
- Nita spent $340 for materials to make a sculpture. She sold the sculpture for 250% of the cost of the materials. What was the selling price of the sculpture?