# Physics

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what um
it's like a measurement but the u is all wierd...
I'm trying to convert 462 um to centimers...

anybody can tell me an easier way to convert measurements?

• Physics -

also use the si prefixes to convert these hypthetical units of measure into appropraite quanities

10 rations
2000 mocking birds
10^-6 phones
10^-9 goats
10^18 miners

what exactly am I suppose to do here? Suppose to convert goats and mocking birds? What on Earth am I suppose to do?

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