Conversion factors activities PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY Name: Date: 2ºESO 1. From the following conversion factors : 1. Cross out those which are not correct. 2. Circle in red colour those which allow you to convert from any fraction or multiple to m. 3. Circle in blue colour those which allow you to convert kg to any fraction or multiple or any other mass unit. 4. Draw a square surrounding those which allow you to convert time units. A. 1m 100cm T. 1μm 106 m 1min 60s 1dia H. 24h ora s 1m G. 106μm N. B. O. 1m m 10−3m 1000ml 1L U. P. C. 1000g 1kg 3600s I. 1h ora 1m 2 10 4cm 2 1m m 10−3m m V. Q. 1m 3 10d m 3 D. 100m m 1m 100s J. 1min 1m 3 1000d m 3 W. 1m 2 100d m 2 E. 1m 1000m m 10hg K. 1kg R. 1m 2 100cm 2 S. 1m 103m m 10 2 d ag M. 1kg 1kg L. 10hg 1m 3 103d m 3 X. F. 1L 1d m 3 Y. 1m 2 1000cm 2 2. Use the conversion factors required to make the following unit conversions. Follow the steps given in the example. 1,3 g en kg ——> 1,3g =1,3g· 1kg =0,0013g =1,3·10-3kg 1000g 1. 1,3horas en s 2. 18g en kg 3. 300mL en L 4. 25L en dm3 5. 0,3m2 en cm2 6. 25L en m3 3. In the lab, you have obtained the following measurements from an object: M=102,6g; V=38cm3. Obtain its density, in g/cm3 and then in SI units.