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Q: How do you convert 330 seconds to minutes which ratio could you multiply by?

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To convert 250 seconds into minutes, which ratio could you multiply by?

multiply by 60

60 seconds over 1minute

5.3 times 60 = 318 seconds

There are 60 seconds in I minute and so 221/60 = 3 minutes and 41 seconds

There are 60 seconds in 1 minute and so 2.7*60 = 162 seconds

7.3 times 60 = 438 seconds

7380/60= 123 minutes , 123/60= 2.05 hours (2 hours and 3 minutes).

It is: 1/60 times 250 = 4 miutes and 10 seconds or 250/60 = 4 min and 10 sec

Divide by 100 and multiply by 60. It is a 5 to 3 ratio.

That means that you must multiply by 60.

Well you could try figuring out how long it takes to walk one step, my guess is 0.4-0.5 seconds and multiply that by 10,000 to get around 4000-5000 seconds and then convert that to minutes by dividing by 60 because there are 60 seconds in a minute, and you get 66.666-83.3333 minutes. Around an hour and ten minutes maybe.

They can be: 0.7 times 60 = 42 minutes or 7/10 of 60 = 42 minutes

1/60, twice. Just use 1/3600...

You could multiply by 1.3 and 63360.

There are 60 minutes in 1 hour and so 135/60 = 2 hours and 15 minutes or 2.25 hours

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Do it very slowly!! :) Alternantly you could multiply the number of seconds in a minute by the number of minutes in an hour by the number of hours in a day by the number of hours in a year. Or ask an 8 year old.

There are 1,860 seconds in thirty-one minutes. How you could solve this is by multiplying 60 by 31.

multiply by 5280

Multiply by 1/5280

The number 3.25 in minutes might refer to three minutes and twenty-five seconds or could refer to three minutes and 15 seconds. The difference would be attributed to whether the .25 refers to actual seconds or to a quarter of a minute.

If you are trying to find your pulse per minute you would take your pulse for 6 seconds and then multiply it by 10. You could also take your pulse for 10 seconds and multiply it by 6

You can multiply newtons x meters . You can multiply kilograms x meters3 x second-2. You can multiply volts x amperes x seconds. You can multiply watts x seconds. You can divide kilowatt-hours by 3,600,000 . You could even multiply feet x pounds and then divide that by 1.3558 .