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I am studying dimensional analysis right now, and I get most of it, but I don't understand how to solve this problem: 5982 ox./pt=BLANK g/ml. I'm not sure how you do dimension analysis with units per units like this one. Thanks!!

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    The pt probably means "pint" but I have never heard of a mass unit called an ox. Are you sure you typed the problem correctly?

    There is an Australian rugby player named Orford with nickname "Ox" who has a mass of 92 kg. I doubt if that is the unit being used here.

    There are about 454 ml in a pint

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