## 13 thoughts on “Unit Conversion 4 – cubic units (volume)”

1. joanahlee28 says:

Mrs. Harland am I supposed to change my 12 cubed into a 13 cubed in my final part of the problem as well? When I use the 2.54 cm conversion will my whole problem from that point forth be an approximation represented by the squiggly equation lines? Will all of my conversions be approximations? Thanks!

2. joanahlee28 says:

I never learned this method in school. Dallas ISD public schools for ya.

3. YourMathGal says:

@d3rtyd: You are absolutely correct. Thank you for catching that!

4. YourMathGal says:

@joanahlee28: I did not see your comment until now. It was my mistake to do 13 cubed. BTW, I recently found out that 1 inch is exactly 2.54 cm, so it is not an approximation after all. So unless you round, you can use equal signs when you use that for the conversion.

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6. Allison Carlton says:

this video was very helpful…..just started intro to chemistry so this is exactly the help i needed thanks a lot

7. KiaTheMan says:

thanks alot ๐ physics is getting easier now

8. egal says:

Thank you so much, Julie Harland! Never in my life was I taught how to do this, and I'm a freshman in college and for chemistry I've needed to know how to do this multiple times and I didn't know what to do! You are a LIFESAVER! ๐

9. Doesitmatter61 says:

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10. ashley ahsaei says:

ya i think so!

11. Logan Briceno says:

Thank you so much, this is literally the only concept in math I haven't grasped to date and three teachers haven't been able to get me to understand it and within 5 minutes of you explaining it I have it down pat. I can't express how thankful I am.

12. Bboy McFAITH says:

Hello @YourMathGalย 2ft3 = cm3 is not 720004.759216 it's = 56633.693184 your multiplying 12 as 13 ๐ย

13. Bezoika says:

Thank you! My book covered none of this!