Unit conversion involves converting from one unit to another. For example, if you are traveling at 568 feet per second, what is this measurement in miles per hour?
Setting up these problems can be confusing. Use the method taught in this video to use colors and boxes to help eliminate some of the confusion of setting up these problems.
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