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According to the International Olympic Committee The results we calculated are not valid because they are not in proper format. New rules state that all data should be shown in kilometers. Hectometers, decameters, meters, deci , and millimeters. .

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According to the International Olympic Committee The results we calculated are not valid because they are not in proper format. New rules state that all data should be shown in kilometers. Hectometers, decameters, meters, deci, and millimeters.

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In 1960, the scientific community adopted an internationally accepted system of measurement called the International System of Units SI

acronym
Acronym
  • King (Kilo)
  • Henry ( Hecto)
  • Died (Deca)
  • While (Standard)
  • Drinking ( Deci)
  • Chocolate (Centi)
  • Milk (Milli)
king kilo
King (Kilo)
  • 10^3
  • 1,000
  • Kilometers
  • Kilograms
  • Kiloliters
henry hecto
Henry (hecto)
  • 10^2
  • 100
  • Hectometers
  • Hectograms
  • Hectoliters
died deca
Died (Deca)
  • 10^1
  • 10
  • Decagrams
  • Decaliters
  • Decameters
while standard unit
While (Standard Unit)
  • 10^0
  • 1
  • Gram
  • Liter
  • Meter
drinking deci
Drinking (Deci)
  • 10^-1
  • .1
  • Decimeters
  • Decigrams
  • Deciliters
practice problem
Practice Problem
  • Convert 43.4 kilometers to centimeters.
practice problems
Practice Problems
  • Convert 11,430 millimeters to meters.
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Louis bought a bottle of vinegar. One bottle held 750 milliliters. How many liters of vinegar did he have?
terrence shipped a package that weighed 270 decigrams how much did the package weigh in decagrams
Terrence shipped a package that weighed 270 decigrams. How much did the package weigh in decagrams?
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Lucy’s recipe called for 1.5 liters of syrup. Her measuring cup is labeled in milliliters, how many milliliters does she need to use?
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Prescott wants to run 14.93 hectometers, his watch measures only in kilometers, how many kilometers must he run?
homework on the back of your data sheet convert the following units
Homework: On the back of your data sheet convert the following units
  • Standing Lunge to Decimeters
  • Paper plate discuss to hectometers
  • Straw javelin to meters
  • Cotton ball shot put to millimeters
  • Cup Stacking to kilometers