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Practice Problems - Conversions Blank

  1. 1. CHM 111 Conversions CH1 Math Skills Toolbox Useful Conversions: 4 qts = 1 gal; 0.946 L = 1 qt; 1 mile = 5280 ft; 1 ft = 30.5 cm 39.4 in = 1 m; 1 lb = 0.454 kg 1 in = 2.54 cm, 1 m = 102 cm 1 m = 1012 pm; 1 m = 106 µm; 1 m = 109 nm; 1 km = 103 m 1 mL = 1 cm3; °C + 273 = K K − 273 = °C Please note that METRIC conversions will NOT be given on exams or quizzes, including temperature conversions between C and K. 1. a) Convert 25 ºC to Kelvin (K). b) Convert 35 ºC to Kelvin (K). c) Convert 154 ºC to Kelvin (K). d) Convert 500 K to degrees Celsius (ºC). e) Convert 215 K to degrees Celsius (ºC). 2. a) Convert 1000 gallons to quarts b) Convert 150. quarts to gallons c) Convert 120 miles to feet d) Convert 753 feet to miles
  2. 2. CHM 111 Conversions CH1 Math Skills Toolbox 3. Convert the following quantities: a) Convert 100.0 nm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. b) Convert 3.0 m to nm and write your answer in scientific notation. c) Convert 356.0 m to nm and write your answer in scientific notation. d) Convert 4.36 107 m to nm and write your answer in scientific notation. e) Convert 233 m to cm and write your answer in scientific notation. f) Convert 2.76 cm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. g) Convert 2.76 pm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. h) Convert 211 m to pm and write your answer in scientific notation. i) Convert 4.34 µm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. j) Convert 364.7 µm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. k) Convert 153 m to µm and write your answer in scientific notation.
  3. 3. CHM 111 Conversions CH1 Math Skills Toolbox 4. Use the following conversion factors to covert the quantities below. (Think about how the set up for the problem changed based on the conversion factor used (i.e., compare to problem #3). Compare your answers to those in problem #3.)) 1  109 m = 1 nm; 1  1012 m = 1 pm; 1  102 m = 1 cm; 1  106 m = 1 µm a) Convert 100.0 nm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. b) Convert 356.0 m to nm and write your answer in scientific notation. c) Convert 4.36 107 m to nm and write your answer in scientific notation. d) Convert 233 m to cm and write your answer in scientific notation. e) Convert 2.76 cm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. f) Convert 2.76 pm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. g) Convert 211 m to pm and write your answer in scientific notation. h) Convert 4.34 µm to m and write your answer in scientific notation. 5. a) Convert 125 mL to cm3. b) Convert 2.45 cm3 to mL.

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