There can be no conversion factor for a single number.
A conversion factor is a number used to change one set of units to another
An empirical conversion factor.
1 mol = 6.0221415e+23 molecules
If the conversion factor is exact, then the number of significant figures in the answer is the same as the number of significant figures in the original number.If the conversion factor is an approximation, then the number of significant figures in the result is the lesser of this number and the number of significant figures in the original number.
The answer is "1".
If the last number in the question is 0.000001, then yes, the conversion factor is 0.000001 or 10-6
Are used to balance scale to find the conversion factor that can be used to convert the number of blocks to the weight of the blocks in pounds
The conversion factor, for converting from UNITA to UNITB is the number of UNITB in each UNITA. There are 3.2808 feet in 1 metre so the conversion factor for converting metres into feet is 3.2808.
The phrase 'conversion factor' means factor by which a quantity that is expressed in one set of units must be multiplied in order to convert it into another set of units Another answer is Dividing the number of servings you want to make by the number of servings the recipe makes.
the conversion factor merely changes the number in such a way that it fits the new units the physical quantity is not changed
The number 1