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Perform the indicated conversions.

  1. 91.74 kcal into calories
  2. 1.781 U into calories

i>Chapter 10, Problem 30QAP, Perform the indicated conversions. 91.74 kcal into calories 1.781 U into calories i>J into , example  1J into kilocalories

i>Chapter 10, Problem 30QAP, Perform the indicated conversions. 91.74 kcal into calories 1.781 U into calories i>J into , example  2cal into kilojoules

Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

Convert 91.74 kilocalories to calories.

Concept Introduction:

A conversion factor is a numerical ratio which is used to show a measurement in one unit as another unit. It is always equal to 1.

Explanation

The given conversion is: conversion of kilocalories to calories.

1 kilocalorie is equal to 1000 calories.

1 kcal = 1000 cal

Thus, conversion factor is given by:

 1000 cal1 kcal 

So,

91

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

Convert 1.781 kilojoules to calories.

Concept Introduction:

A conversion factor is a numerical ratio which is used to show a measurement in one unit as another unit. It is always equal to 1.

Interpretation Introduction

(c)

Interpretation:

Convert 4.318×103J to kilocalories.

Concept Introduction:

A conversion factor is a numerical ratio which is used to show a measurement in one unit as another unit. It is always equal to 1.

Interpretation Introduction

(c)

Interpretation:

Convert 9.173×104 cal to kilojoules.

Concept Introduction:

A conversion factor is a numerical ratio which is used to show a measurement in one unit as another unit. It is always equal to 1.

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