Warriorz13:

Chemistry

4 days ago
Warriorz13:

4 days ago
Warriorz13:

@Allison

4 days ago
Allison:

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We are doing a conversion of kg to g, so our end result from the expression should be in grams. For answer B, our end result would be in kilograms, as grams would cancel out.

4 days ago
Allison:

So A.

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Allison:

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Warriorz13:

A or C.

4 days ago
Warriorz13:

4 days ago

Where is the confusion? c;

4 days ago
Warriorz13:

*pulls up a map* everywhere.

4 days ago
Allison:

Lmao

4 days ago

Well, we have four possible destinations. We just need to see which one is right for us. As I said earlier, we want our end result to be in grams, not kilograms. Therefore, for any possible destinations with an end result of kilograms, we can exclude. That would be B and C, as they come out as kg.

4 days ago
Allison:

4 days ago
Allison:

Just say the answer, it ain't gonna hurt. You wouldn't be giving out a direct answer since you already explained.

4 days ago

Yes, we have two remaining destinations to decide between. Remember that 1kg = 1000 grams Therefore we should have kg, multiplying by grams $\frac{ kilogram }{ 1 } \times \frac{ grams }{ kilogram }$

4 days ago
Warriorz13:

So b?

4 days ago

Look at the expression, and at the two remaining possible destinations of A and D. Which one matches up in regards to units (kilograms and grams).

4 days ago
Allison:

A

4 days ago

@Warriorz13 What do you think?

3 days ago
Warriorz13:

No idea to be honest..

3 days ago
Allison:

It's A.

3 days ago