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QUESTION  ANSWER 
1. Write the two conversion factors that exist between the two given units.

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3. Perform the following conversions.

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5. Perform the following conversions.

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7. Perform the following conversions.

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9. Why would it be inappropriate to convert square centimeters to cubic meters? 
9. One is a unit of area, and the other is a unit of volume. 
11. Perform the following conversions.

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13. Perform the following conversions.

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15. Perform the following conversions.

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17. Perform the following conversions. Note that you will have to convert units in both the numerator and the denominator.

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19. What is the area in square millimeters of a rectangle whose sides are 2.44 cm × 6.077 cm? Express the answer to the proper number of significant figures. 
19. 1.48 × 10^{3} mm^{2} 
21. The formula for the area of a triangle is 1/2 × base × height. What is the area of a triangle in square centimeters if its base is 1.007 m and its height is 0.665 m? Express the answer to the proper number of significant figures. 
21. 3.35 × 10^{3} cm^{2} 