### Mass and Mole Fractions (Conversions)

In this video we are going to talk about how to go from mass to mole fractions, and then from mole to mass fractions. So why would you want to do …

Converting Within the Metric System

In this video we are going to talk about how to go from mass to mole fractions, and then from mole to mass fractions. So why would you want to do …

Hello. In this question, we are being to convert a length of 3.77 metres into a measurement using feet and inches, and then round that number to the nearest 16th of …

Leah here from leah4sci.com and in this video we’re going to continue our discussion on dimensional analysis unit conversions specifically looking at problems that involve more than one conversion. You can …

You’re going to use units with whatever engineering calculations that you do, and it’s important that you keep them relative to your answer. And what I mean by that is by …

Just wanted to do a little introduction or some practice on unit conversion, since unit conversion is typically one of the simplest mistakes to make on a test problem or homework …

Continuing on some dimensional analysis problems, let’s take a look at these two. For problem number five, we want to change five hundred thousand seconds and see how many days that …

The Purdue Global Science Center presents Unit Conversions using the Multiplication Method. Throughout history, humans have used standard standards of measurement to compare mass, volume, length, time, and temperature. In the …

In this video you are going to learn everything that you need to know to finally conquer conversions. Alright let’s do this! [Music Playing] Hello Hello Melissa Maribel here and I …

Here is another situation for unit conversion that is sometimes confusing to people. The specific question here is converting 500 inches squared (or square inches) into centimetres squared (or square centimetres …

This example involves converting between two compound units that are both made up of several other units. The question is “Convert 8.31 Newton metres per Mole Kelvin to foot pounds-force per …