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Chapter 2, Problem 53QAP

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A represents a ratio based on an equivalence statement between two measurements.

Interpretation Introduction

**Interpretation:**

A ……. represents a ratio based on an equivalence statement between two measurements

**Concept Introduction:**

Conversion factor is a ratio that helps to convert between two different units that are equivalent to each other.

Conversion factor is an arithmetical multiplier that converts a quantity expresse...

Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation

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