Posted by Kevin on Sunday, September 2, 2012 at 10:47am.
Can someone help me with this conversion question?
Suppose you are told that 15 quarts (qt) = 14.2 liters (L). What is the conversion factor you would use to convert from quarts to liters? What is the conversion factor you would you use to convert liters to quarts?
1) quarts to liters: 14.2 L/15 qt
liters to quarts: 15 qt/14.2 L
2)quarts to liters:15 qt + 14.2 L
liters to quarts: 29.2 qt/L
3)quarts to liters: 15 qt/14.2 L
liters to quarts: 1.06 qt/L
4) quarts to liters: 15 qt*14.2 L
liters to quarts: 213 qt/L
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