Conversion tables from metric to English
measurements (or vice versa) are available in many books.
Websites you can check include
which will even do calculations for you.
A little research into physics should give you plenty of ideas for how to
use the knowledge.
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On Sat, 13 Jun 1998, Barry Elwin wrote:
> Hi, I have just used your snacks program and am thinking of using it as a
> school science project. I thought it was a great idea but I'm having a few
> problems. Firstly, it says that you have to measure the lengths in inches,
> because the pressure is in pounds. I prefer my measurements in kilograms
> per metre. Do you have a conversion measurement? Secondly, I had trouble
> finding a few uses for the weight. Do you have any ideas on what knowing
> this kind of knowledge does? e.g Finding a particular force or seeing if
> your car can stand on a weak support or not. I appreciate any ideas or
> Thank you for your time
> Rachel Elwin
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