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Basic Math Tutorial – 9 – Write the Equivalent for Each Measurement
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16 responses to “Basic Math Tutorial – 9 – Write the Equivalent for Each Measurement”

chh..what about metres..

I dont know I guess that's why your watching it.

For kids. Or for people who couldn't afford going to school.

is this video for retarted people??

I love all of the great work on this site. Remember the one rule to conversion is the multiplication identity rule. You are always just multiplying your number and units by the number one…for instance 12 inches over 1 foot. Since anything "normalized" to itself is one.

@ilikechess1 The only thing that makes this video in the slightest bit complicated is the fact that the imperial measurement system makes it difficult!

@Kebabmies1001 idiot….

@InfoSysSenior have a go at it yourself an post what you do in the forums at thenewboston website.

i think you should structure your tutorials more
and dont make so much examples 
for customary units you should convert using this method for example the question says
2ft__inches
what you should say to yourself and by creating a proportion is this how many
inches are in 1 foot so set up a proportion inches over feet in/ft so 12/1 then you plug in the ft that they gave us so 12/1 X x/2 (x is the amount of 2ft in inches then just cross multipy) hope this helped 
Thenewboston much love

you should use SI units;
there a just few countries that use this metric system
and besides that its better to learn the International System;
its used worldwide, and for example many physics formula wont work with this system. 
I think you should teach the normal metric system. The are rarely any countries that use yards and feet etc.

ahha 3rd comment again

really haha

Good Video!!!! Love you thenewboston!
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