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(6.0 Gm)/(3.0 ksec) = ?m/sec
Please help me and please show all steps in solution

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  1. You are apparently being asked to convert 6.0 Gigameters per kilosecond to meters per second.

    This is really not about physics; it is about converting from one set of units to another.

    Just rewrite as 6*10^9 m/(3*10^3 s)

    Then do the division.

    The answer is 2*10^6 or 2 million m/s

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