# Pltw Activity 3.2a Unit Conversion Homework

© 2012 Project Lead The Way, Inc. Introduction to Engineering Design Activity 3.2a Unit Conversion Homework – Page 1 Activity 3.2h Unit Conversion Homework Complete each of the following. When a calculation is required, show your work. 1. What conversion factor should be used to convert from Gigaliters to liters? 2. Convert each of the following quantities to the indicated units. Use the appropriate number of significant figures to express your answer unless otherwise indicated. a. 0.005098 Megaliters to liters. Record your answer in whole liters. b. 57.2 inches to feet. c. 4 ft – 6 ½ in. to inches. Record your answer in fractional inches. d. 6 ft – 9 inches to decimal feet. Record your answer to the nearest hundredth of a foot. e. 935.6 inches to yards. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth of a yard. f. 23.5 million nanometers to millimeters g. 98.6 inches to meters. 3. The width of a strand of fiber is 19.2 micrometers. If 1500 strands are adhered side by side, how wide would the resulting fabric be if measured in centimeters?

Activity 3.2h Unit Conversion Homework

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