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Conversions for QR

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by Smile4Teeth, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. Smile4Teeth

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    Which conversions should we know for the QR section? Are there any that come up more than others? Thanks!
     
  2. Ferdowsi

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    Yup..it comes up all the time..I was told to know Mile to Km or vice versa. or Know the Temp stuff really well( F to C or C to F and C to Kelvin). Can someone Post them up the formula for all of them?

    PS. you need to know Kg to gram, foot to miles . Cant think of anything else for now.but if I rmr somthing I will post them up.
     
  3. Hugh Mannity

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    C=5(F-32)/9 then you should know the conversion to Kelvin
    1mile=1.6km
     
  4. adizzle87

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    bump. Is there anything else we need to memorize? formulas for surface area, sphere, etc?
     
  5. Vicviper

    Vicviper Michael De Coro, DMD - AKA Steve McAwesome
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    I think one big one is feet to yards, otherwise they may just give you harder conversions. I think I had a temperature question, and they gave me the conversion on the test.
     

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