These are easy to do if you follow through and check the units. All of them are as follows:
something x factor = another unit.
We have gold at 200 dollars per oz. We want to convert that to dollars per gram. The problem tells us that the factor is 1 oz = 28.4 and we can write that as 1 oz/28.4 g OR 28.4 g/1 oz.
cost per gram = cost per oz x factor
cost per g = $200/oz x (1 oz/28.4 g) =??.
Note that oz in the denominator of the first term will cancel with the oz in the numerator of the second term and we are left with $/g for the cost which is what we want. We COULD have written $200/oz x (28.4 g/1 oz) but then the final answer would be in units of $*g/oz2 and that is NOT the unit we want. You will ALWAYS know which way to place the factor if you follow the units and make sure the final unit is the one you want. I hope this helps. I will leave #2 for you for practice.