# Dimensional Analysis Worksheet #2

1. 261 g → kg
2. 3 days → seconds
3. 9,474 mm → cm
4. 0.73 kL → L
5. 5.93 cm
3
→ m
3
6. 498.82 cg → mg
7. 1 ft
3
→ m
3
(Note: 3.28 ft = 1 m
8. 1 yea! → m"n#tes
9. 175 \$%s → kg
(Note: 2.2 \$% = 1 kg
10. 4.65 km → m
11. 22.4 kg&L to kg&mL
12. 0.74 'ca\$&m"n to ca\$&sec
13. 1.42 g&cm
2
to mg&mm
2
14. 10095 m&s to m"\$es&s
15. 9.81 m&s
2
to ft&s
2
16. 8.41 g&mL to 'g&L
17. 3.8 'm&sec to m"\$es&yea!
18. 7.68 ca\$&sec to 'ca\$&m"n
19. 8.24 g&cm
2
to mg&mm
2
20. 25 m&s to m"\$es&(!
21. Convert 2.05 x 10
5
seconds into years.
22. Traveling at 65 miles/hour, how many minutes will it take to drive 125 miles to an !iego"
2#. Convert 50 years into seconds. \$x%ress your answer in scienti&ic notation.
2'. Traveling at 65 miles/hour, how many &eet can you travel in 22 minutes" (1 mile ) 52*0 &eet+
25. ,ne s%here has a radius o& 5.10 cm- another has a radius o& 5.00 cm. .hat is the di&&erence in
volume (in cu/ic centimeters+ /etween the two s%heres" 0ive the answer to the correct num/er
o& signi&icant &igures. The volume o& a s%here is ('/#+1r
#
, where 1 ) #.1'16 and r is the radius.
26. The total amount o& &resh water on earth is estimated to /e #.2# x 10
*
km
#
. .hat is this volume in
cu/ic meters" 3n liters"
22. ally 4ead&oot was %ulled over on her way &rom yracuse to 3thaca /y an o&&icer claiming she was
s%eeding. The s%eed limit is 65 mi/hr and ally had traveled 52 km in 102 minutes. 6ow &ast was
ally7s average s%eed" !oes she deserve a ticket"
2*. 8arie was trying to make her &avourite reci%e /ut was not sure o& the conversions. .ould you eat
9eci%e 8arie7s Conversions
2 : Cu%s &lour 0.5 litre &lour
0.5 l/s choc. chi%s 2000 g choc. chi%s
#25 degrees ;ahrenheit #2# <elvin
25. .inni%eg is re&illing the %ool. 6ow many gallons o& water will it take i& the %ool is 50m /y 25m /y
1.5m" (1 gallon ) #.2*6 4+
#0. 8eredith &ound some lace at a %rice o& '.0 =/meter in 3reland that she liked /ut was a&raid she was
%aying too much &or it. The same lace in the Canada would sell &or >5.55/yd. .as she %aying too
much &or it" (>1 ) 0.'5* =+ (1 yard ) # &t+
#1. ?t a given %oint in its or/it, the moon is 2.' x 10
5
miles &rom earth. 6ow long does it take light
&rom a source on earth to reach a re&lector on the moon and then return to earth" (s%eed o& light
is #.0 x 10
*
m/s+
#2. 3n 9aiders o& the 4ost ?rk, 3ndiana @ones tried to remove a gold idol &rom a /oo/yAtra%%ed
%edestal. 6e re%laces the idol with a /ag o& sand. 3& the idol has a mass o& 2.00 kg, how many
litres o& sand must he %lace on the %edestal to kee% the mass sensitive /oo/yAtra% &rom
activating" (!ensity o& sand is #.00 g/cm
#
+
Dimensional Analysis Worksheet #2
1. 261 g → kg
0.261 kg
2. 3 days → seconds
3 ) 10
5
s
3. 9,474 mm → cm
947.4 cm
4. 0.73 kL → L
730 L
5. 5.93 cm
3
→ m
3
5.93)10
*6
m
3
6. 498.82 cg → mg
4988.2 mg
7. 1 ft
3
→ m
3
(Note: 3.28 ft = 1 m
0.028m3
8. 1 yea! → m"n#tes
525600
9. 175 \$%s → kg
(Note: 2.2 \$% = 1 kg
79.5kg
10. 4.65 km → m
4650m
11. 22.4 kg&L to kg&mL
0.0224kg&mL
12. 0.74 'ca\$&m"n to ca\$&sec
12 ca\$&sec
13. 1.42 g&cm
2
to mg&mm
2
14.2mg&mm
2
14. 10095 m&s to m"\$es&s
6.3094 m"\$es&s
15. 9.81 m&s
2
to ft&s
2
32.2 ft&s
2
16. 8.41 g&mL to 'g&L
8.41 'g&L
17. 3.8 'm&sec to m"\$es&yea!
7.5 ) 10
7
m"\$es&yea!
18. 7.68 ca\$&sec to 'ca\$&m"n
0.461 'ca\$&m"n
19. 8.24 g&cm
2
to mg&mm
2
82.4 mg&mm
2
20. 25 m&s to m"\$es&(!
=56 m"\$es&(!
21. Convert 2.05 x 10
5
seconds into years.
6.50 x 10
A#
years
22. Traveling at 65 miles/hour, how many minutes will it take to drive 125 miles to an !iego"
115 min
2#. Convert 50 years into seconds. \$x%ress your answer in scienti&ic notation.
1.5* x 10
5
s
2'. Traveling at 65 miles/hour, how many &eet can you travel in 22 minutes" (1 mile ) 52*0 &eet+
a. 125 *'0 &t
25. ,ne s%here has a radius o& 5.10 cm- another has a radius o& 5.00 cm. .hat is the di&&erence in
volume (in cu/ic centimeters+ /etween the two s%heres" 0ive the answer to the correct num/er
o& signi&icant &igures. The volume o& a s%here is ('/#+1r
#
, where 1 ) #.1'16 and r is the radius.
#2.0cm
#
26. The total amount o& &resh water on earth is estimated to /e #.2# x 10
*
km
#
. .hat is this volume in
cu/ic meters" 3n liters"
#.2# x10
12
m
#
#.2# x 10
20
4
22. ally 4ead&oot was %ulled over on her way &rom yracuse to 3thaca /y an o&&icer claiming she was
s%eeding. The s%eed limit is 65 mi/hr and ally had traveled 52 km in 102 minutes. 6ow &ast was
ally7s average s%eed" !oes she deserve a ticket"
#5.2 mi/h, no
2*. 8arie was trying to make her &avourite reci%e /ut was not sure o& the conversions. .ould you eat
9eci%e 8arie7s Conversions
2 : Cu%s &lour 0.5 litre &lour
0.5 l/s choc. chi%s 2000 g choc. chi%s
#25 degrees ;ahrenheit #2# <elvin
25. .inni%eg is re&illing the %ool. 6ow many gallons o& water will it take i& the %ool is 50m /y 25m /y
1.5m" (1 gallon ) #.2*6 4+
5 x 10
5
gallons
#0. 8eredith &ound some lace at a %rice o& '.0 =/meter in 3reland that she liked /ut was a&raid she was
%aying too much &or it. The same lace in the Canada would sell &or >5.55/yd. .as she %aying too
much &or it" (>1 ) 0.'5* =+
>2.#5/yard, yes
#1. ?t a given %oint in its or/it, the moon is 2.' x 10
5
miles &rom earth. 6ow long does it take light &rom
a source on earth to reach a re&lector on the moon and then return to earth" (s%eed o& light is #.0 x
10
*
m/s+
1.# s x 2 ) 2.6 s
#2. 3n 9aiders o& the 4ost ?rk, 3ndiana @ones tried to remove a gold idol &rom a /oo/yAtra%%ed %edestal.
6e re%laces the idol with a /ag o& sand. 3& the idol has a mass o& 2.00 kg, how many litres o& sand
must he %lace on the %edestal to kee% the mass sensitive /oo/yAtra% &rom activating" (!ensity o&
sand is #.00 g/cm
#
+
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