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Which way do you move the decimal when converting from a smaller unit of measurement to a bigger measurement?

To the right


When converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit why does the value of the measurement increase?

Because in any given measurement, there are more of the smaller units than bigger units. There are less than 2 metres in my height (1.78 m). But in a smaller unit, eg centimetre, there are is 178 of them. That is a staggering 1780000 micrometres tall :) But, then again, that is only 0.00178 kilometres :(


Why it ms sense to multiply when you convert to a smaller unit?

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.


Do you multiply or divide to change from a larger unit to a smaller unit?

To convert from a larger unit to a smaller unit you would multiply. Ex: 5 km = 5000 m Where 1 km = 1000 m <><><><><> It depends on which factor you are multiplying or dividing by. It can go either way. To convert from ounces to grams, for instance, you can divide by 28.350, or you can multiply by 0.035273.


How do you convert larger unit to smaller unit and vice versa?

When converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit there will be more of them, so multiply by the conversion factor; eg km to m: there a 1000m in 1 km, so multiply by 1000 so 2.4 km = 2.4 x 1000 m = 2400 m When converting from a smaller unit to a larger unit there will be less of them so divide by the conversion factor; eg m to km: there are 1000m in 1 km so divide by 1000, so 2400 m = 2400 ÷ 1000 km = 2.4 km

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Are you converting from a smaller unit to a larger unit or from a larger unit to a smaller unit?

The answer to that one is going to depend on two things:-- what unit you are converting from-- what unit you are converting to


When you are converting a larger unit of measurement to a smaller unit of measurement-do you multiply or divide?

Of course you multiply. As an example, the larger unit could be kilometer (that equal 1000 meter-the smaller unit); then 2 km (larger unit) = 2 x 1000 = 2000 meters (smaller unit)


When converting from a large unit of measurement to a smaller unit of measurement you should?

no


Are you converting from a smaller to larger unit or larger to smaller unit converting millimeters to meter?

You convert to a larger unit. Smaller to larger. Metre is 1000 times larger than a millimetre


Which way do you move the decimal when converting from a smaller unit of measurement to a bigger measurement?

To the right


When you are changing a smaller unit of measurement to a larger unit of measurement do you multiply or divide?

divide


Must a unit be divided by multiples of ten when converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit?

No.


A unit must be divided by multiples of ten when converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit?

False


When your converting do you mutiply or divide?

It could be either, depending on whether you're converting to a larger or smaller unit.


A quantity must be divided by multiples of when converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit. true or false?

False.


When converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit why does the value of the measurement increase?

Because in any given measurement, there are more of the smaller units than bigger units. There are less than 2 metres in my height (1.78 m). But in a smaller unit, eg centimetre, there are is 178 of them. That is a staggering 1780000 micrometres tall :) But, then again, that is only 0.00178 kilometres :(


What happens to a decimal place in the number when you are converting from a smaller metric unit to a larger unit?

The decimal point moves to the left.

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