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Imperial Units Conversion To Metric
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Question 1 of 8
1 Pound (lb) = _._ _ kgCorrect
1 Pound (lb) = 0.45 kg
Question 2 of 8
1 Pound per sq in (psi) = _._ _ _ Kilopascal (kPa)Correct
1 Pound per sq in (psi) = 6.895 Kilopascal (kPa)
Question 3 of 8
1 Inch (in) = _ _. _ Millimetres (mm)Correct
1 Inch (in) = 25.4 Millimetres (mm)
Question 4 of 8
1 Foot (ft) = _. _ _ Metre (m)Correct
1 Foot (ft) =0.30 Metre (m)
Question 5 of 8
1 Nautical mile (NM) = _ . _ _ Kilometres (km)Correct
Nautical mile (NM) = 1.85Kilometres (km)
Question 6 of 8
1 Imperial gallon = _ . _ _ Litres (l)Correct
1 Imperial gallon = 4.55 Litres (l)
Question 7 of 8
100°C = _ _ _°FCorrect
100°C = 212°F
Question 8 of 8
0°C = _ _°FCorrect
0°C = 32°F