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1. 657 litres ---mm * 100 = answer * 10

2. 657 litres ----ml *1000

3. 54268g -----kg /1000 =

4.243cm2 ------ m2 /100

a) 147 - 486 + 547

b)7(-5) +4 (-8)

c)9 2/3- 7 3/4

d)66 2/3 % of R900

e) 5/8 * 0,64

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I am not sure what you are asking.

1. Litres (liters) measure volume, while mm measure length.

The other conversions are correct.

I assume that you can do the problems a-e. If not, repost indicating where you have problems.

I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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