The number of units will decrease and if it is going from largest to smallest the number of units will increase.
the units might decrease or they might increase
When changing from a larger unit to a smaller unit, there will be more of them, so you will multiply.
You must divide.
Check one unit of the larger unit has how many units of the smaller unit (say has x units). Then divide the number of units you have of the smaller unit by x to get the answer
Because the number of larger units will be less than the number of smaller units, and when you divide the answer is usually smaller than the number you started with.
The answer will depend on the two units. It will entail multiplication by a number that is greater than 1 (or division by a number smaller than 1).
To change from a smaller unit to a larger unit, you have to divide. For example, 100 centimetres is equal to 1 metre.
In the metric system basic units are multiplied or divided by 10 to get larger and smaller units
yes u do
What is 750mm equal to Look it say's To change from larger units to smaller units,multiply by the number of meters in 1 kilometers
It makes sense to multiply when converting measurements to smaller units because it takes many smaller units to make up a larger unit. So in order to translate larger unit(s) into smaller units, you have to break up the larger unit(s) into many smaller pieces.
If the units are the same, that will be the one with the smaller number of units.
There are lots of small units in each big unit. As a result, the number of small units is greater and to go from a greater number to a smaller number you need to divide by a number which is biiger than 1.Alternatively, to change a smaller unit to a larger unit you can always multiply by a number which is between 0 and 1.
This answer really depends upon the size of the unit in question. Smaller units will require more in number in comparison with larger units.
The number of larger units is less than the number of smaller ones. EX: 130 cm == 1.3 m; 130 centimeters converts to 1.3 meters.
If the question refers to converting from a smaller unit such as inch or centimetre to a larger unit such as foot or metre, the answer is Yes, you divide the number - in these examples by 12 or 100 respectively.
more smaller units than the bigger units
You have to multiply by the conversation ratio.
That depends on what you are converting from. If you are converting from larger units, you multiply. If you are converting from smaller units, you divide.
Just look at it this way. More small toys can fit in a box than the number of big toys that can fit in a box. In units of measure meant there are a number of smaller units in a bigger unit. For example there are 100cm in a m and 100000cm in a km.
Most plants have a number of stems and attached to each stem are several leaves. In a similar (?) fashion, these plot have the larger number block and, attached to each one there are a number of smaller numbers. In school examples, the larger number blocks are often tens and the smaller are units (or ones).
It is not possible to say without knowing what the numbers are. The digits could become smaller, larger or remain the same. 52 - (-11) = 63 (both larger) 52 - (-10) = 62 (tens larger, units same) 52 - (-9) = 61 (tens larger, units smaller) 52 - (-1) = 53 (tens same, units larger) 52 - 0 = 52 (both same) 52 - 1 = 51 (tens same, units smaller) 52 - 9 = 43 (tens smaller, units larger) 52 - 10 = 42 (tens smaller, units same) 52 - 11 = 41 (both smaller).