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1 Prealgebra Textbook Second Edition Chapter 6 Odd Solutions Department of Mathematics College of the Redwoods

3 Contents 6 Ratio and Proportion Introduction to Ratios and Rates Introduction to Proportion Unit Conversion: American System Unit Conversion: Metric System Unit Conversion: Applications iii

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6 Chapter 6 Ratio and Proportion 6.1 Introduction to Ratios and Rates 1. Write 0.14 : 0.44 as a fraction, then multiplying numerator and denominator by 100 moves the decimal point 2 places to the right : Write the ratio as a fraction. Multiply numerator and denominator by 100. Next, factor out the GCD and cancel Factor out GCD. Cancel. 3. Write 0.05 : 0.75 as a fraction, then multiplying numerator and denominator by 100 moves the decimal point 2 places to the right : Write the ratio as a fraction. Multiply numerator and denominator by

7 384 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Next, factor out the GCD and cancel Factor out GCD. Cancel. 5. Write 0.1 :0.95 as a fraction, then multiplying numerator and denominator by 100 moves the decimal point 2 places to the right. 0.1 : Write the ratio as a fraction. Multiply numerator and denominator by 100. Next, factor out the GCD and cancel Factor out GCD. Cancel. 7. Write :11 3 fractions. as a fraction, then change the mixed fractions to improper : Write the ratio as a fraction. Mixed to improper fractions. Invert and multiply Invert. Multiply numerators and denominators.

8 6.1. INTRODUCTION TO RATIOS AND RATES 385 Factor numerators and denominators, then cancel common factors Factor numerators and denominators. Cancel common factors. 9. Write 0.36 : 0.6 as a fraction, then multiplying numerator and denominator by 100 moves the decimal point 2 places to the right : Write the ratio as a fraction Next, factor out the GCD and cancel Factor out GCD Cancel Multiply numerator and denominator by Write 15 : 21 as a fraction, then reduce to lowest terms. 15 : Write the ratio as a fraction Factor out greatest common factor Cancel Write :22 3 fractions : as a fraction, then change the mixed fractions to improper Write the ratio as a fraction. Mixed to improper fractions.

9 386 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Invert and multiply Invert. Multiply numerators and denominators. Factor numerators and denominators, then cancel common factors Factor numerators and denominators. Cancel common factors Write :21 3 fractions. as a fraction, then change the mixed fractions to improper : Write the ratio as a fraction. Mixed to improper fractions. Invert and multiply Invert. Multiply numerators and denominators. Factor numerators and denominators, then cancel common factors Factor numerators and denominators. Cancel common factors.

10 6.1. INTRODUCTION TO RATIOS AND RATES Write :13 4 fractions. as a fraction, then change the mixed fractions to improper : Write the ratio as a fraction. Mixed to improper fractions. Invert and multiply Invert. Multiply numerators and denominators. Factor numerators and denominators, then cancel common factors Factor numerators and denominators. Cancel common factors. 19. Write 10 : 35 as a fraction, then reduce to lowest terms. 10 : Write the ratio as a fraction Factor out greatest common factor Cancel Write 9 : 33 as a fraction, then reduce to lowest terms. 9: Write the ratio as a fraction. Factor out greatest common factor. Cancel. 3 11

11 388 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 23. Write 27 : 99 as a fraction, then reduce to lowest terms. 27 : Write the ratio as a fraction Factor out greatest common factor Cancel To find the rate for the first automobile, divide its mileage by its gas consumption. Rate mi Mileage/gallons gal 26.9mi Divide: 271.8/ gal 26.9mi/gal To find the rate for the second automobile, divide its mileage by its gas consumption. Rate mi Mileage/gallons gal 23.2mi Divide: 257.9/ gal 23.2mi/gal Rates are rounded to the nearest tenth of a mile per gallon. The first automobile has the better mileage per gallon. 27. Place 183 over 8.25 hours to get 183 dollars/8.25 hr. Divide 183 by 8.25 until the quotient contains three decimal places, one beyond the pennies (hundredths) place, which will serve as the test digit for rounding. 183 dollars dollars Divide: 183/ hours 1hour To round to the nearest penny (hundredth), identify the rounding digit (hundredths place) and the test digit (thousandths place)

12 6.1. INTRODUCTION TO RATIOS AND RATES 389 Because the test digit is less than 5, leave rounding digit alone, then truncate the test digit. Thus, to the nearest penny, the hourly rate is dollars per hour. 29. Place miles traveled over hours traveled and reduce. 140 miles 4hours 35 miles 1hour 35 miles/hour Divide: 140/4 35. Hence, the average speed is 35 miles per hour. 31. Place 187 over 8 hours to get 187 dollars/8 hr. Divide 187 by 8 until the quotient contains three decimal places, one beyond the pennies (hundredths) place, which will serve as the test digit for rounding. 187 dollars 8hours dollars 1hour Divide: 187/ To round to the nearest penny (hundredth), identify the rounding digit (hundredths place) and the test digit (thousandths place) Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to rounding digit, then truncate the test digit. Thus, to the nearest penny, the hourly rate is dollars per hour. 33. To find the rate for the first automobile, divide its mileage by its gas consumption. Rate mi 10.8 gal 21.7mi 1 gal 21.7mi/gal Mileage/gallons. Divide: 234.2/

13 390 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION To find the rate for the second automobile, divide its mileage by its gas consumption. Rate mi 10.8 gal 25.0mi 1 gal 25.0mi/gal Mileage/gallons. Divide: 270.5/ Rates are rounded to the nearest tenth of a mile per gallon. The second automobile has the better mileage per gallon. 35. Place miles traveled over hours traveled and reduce. 180 miles 5hours 36 miles 1hour 36 miles/hour Divide: 180/5 36. Hence, the average speed is 36 miles per hour. 37. Take the total distance traveled in miles over the total time in days and divide to the hundredths This will give us the test digit for rounding to the nearest tenth of a mile. 562 miles 38 days miles 1day Divide: 562/ To round to the nearest tenth, identify the rounding digit in the tenths place and the test digit in the hundredths Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to rounding digit, then truncate the test digit. Thus, to the nearest tenth of a mile, the daily rate of speed is 14.8 miles per day.

14 6.2. INTRODUCTION TO PROPORTION Introduction to Proportion 1. Consider Cross multiply and simpilify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. Because this last statement is true, this is a true proportion. To provide some constrast, consider Cross multiply and simmplify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. In this case, the last statement is false. Hence, this is not a true proportion. In similar fashion, readers should check that the remaining two choices are not proportions. 3. Consider Cross multiply and simpilify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. Because this last statement is true, this is a true proportion. To provide some constrast, consider Cross multiply and simmplify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. In this case, the last statement is false. Hence, this is not a true proportion. In similar fashion, readers should check that the remaining two choices are not proportions.

15 392 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 5. Consider Cross multiply and simpilify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. Because this last statement is true, this is a true proportion. To provide some constrast, consider Cross multiply and simmplify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. In this case, the last statement is false. Hence, this is not a true proportion. In similar fashion, readers should check that the remaining two choices are not proportions. 7. Consider Cross multiply and simpilify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. Because this last statement is true, this is a true proportion. To provide some constrast, consider Cross multiply and simmplify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. In this case, the last statement is false. Hence, this is not a true proportion. In similar fashion, readers should check that the remaining two choices are not proportions.

16 6.2. INTRODUCTION TO PROPORTION Consider Cross multiply and simpilify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. Because this last statement is true, this is a true proportion. To provide some constrast, consider Cross multiply and simmplify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. In this case, the last statement is false. Hence, this is not a true proportion. In similar fashion, readers should check that the remaining two choices are not proportions. 11. Consider Cross multiply and simpilify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. Because this last statement is true, this is a true proportion. To provide some constrast, consider Cross multiply and simmplify Cross multiply Simplify both sides. In this case, the last statement is false. Hence, this is not a true proportion. In similar fashion, readers should check that the remaining two choices are not proportions.

17 394 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 13. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation x 18 Orginial Proportion. 3 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 3x 306 Simplify. 3x Divide both sides by 3. x 102 Simplify. 15. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation. 6x Original Proportion. 3(6x + 10) 6(11) Products of means and extremes are equal. 18x On the left, distribute. On the right, multiply. 18x Subtract 30 from both sides. 18x 36 Simplify. 18x Divide both sides by 18. x 2 Simplify both sides. 17. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation x 18 Orginial Proportion. 9 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 9x 306 Simplify. 9x Divide both sides by 9. x 34 Simplify. 19. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation x 8 Orginial Proportion. 2 x 11 8 Product of means and extremes are equal. 2x 88 Simplify. 2x Divide both sides by 2. x 44 Simplify.

18 6.2. INTRODUCTION TO PROPORTION Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation. 7x Original Proportion. 3(7x + 15) 15(10) Products of means and extremes are equal. 21x On the left, distribute. On the right, multiply. 21x Subtract 45 from both sides. 21x 105 Simplify. 21x Divide both sides by 21. x 5 Simplify both sides. 23. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation x 10 Orginial Proportion. 2 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 2x 110 Simplify. 2x Divide both sides by 2. x 55 Simplify. 25. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation. 5x Original Proportion. 3(5x + 8) 12(2) Products of means and extremes are equal. 15x On the left, distribute. On the right, multiply. 15x Subtract 24 from both sides. 15x 0 Simplify. 15x Divide both sides by 15. x 0 Simplify both sides.

19 396 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 27. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation x Orginial Proportion. 2 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 2x 360 Simplify. 2x Divide both sides by 2. x 180 Simplify. 29. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation x Orginial Proportion. 3 x 16 6 Product of means and extremes are equal. 3x 96 Simplify. 3x Divide both sides by 3. x 32 Simplify. 31. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation x Orginial Proportion. 5 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 5x 440 Simplify. 5x Divide both sides by 5. x 88 Simplify. 33. Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation. 2x Original Proportion. 3(2x + 10) 6(14) Products of means and extremes are equal. 6x On the left, distribute. On the right, multiply. 6x Subtract 30 from both sides. 6x 54 Simplify. 6x Divide both sides by 6. x 9 Simplify both sides.

20 6.2. INTRODUCTION TO PROPORTION Cross multiply, then solve the resulting equation x Orginial Proportion. 7 x 2 21 Product of means and extremes are equal. 7x 42 Simplify. 7x Divide both sides by 7. x 6 Simplify. 37. Let x represent the cost of 7 dog bones. 13 dog bones cost \$1.97. Assuming the rate for 13 dog bones at \$1.97 equals the rate for 7 dog bones at an unknown cost x, we can set up a proportion. 13 dog bones 7dog bones 1.97 dollars x dollars Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve Original Proportion. x 13 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 13x Simplify. 13x Divide both sides by x Simplify. x 1.06 Round to the nearest penny. Thus, 7 dog bones costs \$ Let x represent the cost of 14 bananas. 7 bananas cost \$2.55. Assuming the rate for 7 bananas at \$2.55 equals the rate for 14 bananas at an unknown cost x, we can set up a proportion. 7 bananas 14 bananas 2.55 dollars x dollars Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve Original Proportion. x 7 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 7x 35.7 Simplify. 7x Divide both sides by 7. 7 x 5.1 Simplify. x 5.10 Round to the nearest penny. Thus, 14 bananas costs \$5.10.

21 398 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 41. Let x represent the cost of 11 oranges. 13 oranges cost \$3.61. Assuming the rate for 13 oranges at \$3.61 equals the rate for 11 oranges at an unknown cost x, we can set up a proportion. 13 oranges 11 oranges 3.61 dollars x dollars Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve x Original Proportion. 13 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 13x Simplify. 13x Divide both sides by 13. x Simplify. x 3.05 Round to the nearest penny. Thus, 11 oranges costs \$ Let x represent the cost of 13 dog bones. 3 dog bones cost \$1.23. Assuming the rate for 3 dog bones at \$1.23 equals the rate for 13 dog bones at an unknown cost x, we can set up a proportion. 3dog bones 1.23 dollars 13 dog bones x dollars Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve x Original Proportion. 3 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 3x Simplify. 3x Divide both sides by 3. x 5.33 Simplify. x 5.33 Round to the nearest penny. Thus, 13 dog bones costs \$ Let x represent the cost of 13 apples. 3 apples cost \$3.24. Assuming the rate for 3 apples at \$3.24 equals the rate for 13 apples at an unknown cost x, we can set up a proportion. 3 apples 13 apples 3.24 dollars x dollars

22 6.2. INTRODUCTION TO PROPORTION 399 Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve x Original proportion. 3 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 3x Simplify. 3x Divide both sides by 3. x Simplify. x Round to the nearest penny. Thus, 13 apples costs \$ Let x represent the cost of 8 dog bones. 4 dog bones cost \$1.03. Assuming the rate for 4 dog bones at \$1.03 equals the rate for 8 dog bones at an unknown cost x, we can set up a proportion. 4dog bones 8dog bones 1.03 dollars x dollars Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve Original proportion. x 4 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 4x 8.24 Simplify. 4x Divide both sides by 4. 4 x 2.06 Simplify. x 2.06 Round to the nearest penny. Thus, 8 dog bones costs \$ Let x represent the cost in cents of 20 rolls when 5 rolls cost 12 cents. Now create a proportion using these two ratios. 5 rolls 20 rolls 12 cents x cents Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve x Original proportion. 5 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 5x Divide both sides by 5. x 48 Simplify.

23 400 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Thus, 20 rolls would cost 48 cents. 51. Let x represent the number of dumptrucks needed to remove 40,000 cubic yards of material when 3000 cubic yards of material requires 200 dumptrucks for removal. Now create a proportion using these two ratios cubic yards 40, 000 cubic yards 200 dumptrucks x dumptrucks Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve , x Original proportion x 40, Product of means and extremes are equal. 3000x 8, 000, 000 Simplify. 3000x 8, 000, Divide both sides by x Simplify. x 2667 Round to the nearest whole number. Thus, approximately 2,667 dumptruck loads were required to remove 40,000 cubic yards of material from the landslide. 53. Let x represent the millions of US dollars that converts to 10 million Australian dollars when the exchange rate is such that 1.75 million Australian dollars represents \$1.64 million US dollars. Create a proportion using these two ratios million Australian dollars 1.64 million US dollars 10 million Australian dollars x million US dollars Now, let s drop the units, cross multiply and solve. Your answer will be in the millions of US dollars x Original proportion x Product of means and extremes are equal x 16.4 Simplify. 1.75x Divide both sides by x Divide to three decimal places. Thus, to the nearest hundredth of a million dollars, 10 million in Australian dollars is equivalent to about \$9.73 million US dollars. Note that currency exchange rates fluctuate daily and these values will change accordingly.

24 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM Unit Conversion: American System 1. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 8yd8yd 3ft 1yd 3ft 8 yd 1 yd 24ft Apply 3 ft/1yd. 3. multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 261 ft 261 ft 1yd 3ft Apply 1 yd/3ft. 261 ft 1yd 3 ft 261 yd 3 Multiply fractions. 87yd Divide. 5. We multiply by a chain of conversion factors, the first to change inches to feet, the second to change feet to yards. 1ft 235 in 235 in 12 in 1yd 3ft Multiply by conversion factors. 1 ft 235 in 12 in 1yd 3 ft yd 12 3 Multiply fractions yd Simplify Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone and truncate everything to the right of the rounding digit. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a yard, 235 inches is approximately 6.5 yards.

25 402 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 7. multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 141 ft 141 ft 1yd 3ft Apply 1 yd/3ft. 141 ft 1yd 3 ft 141 yd 3 Multiply fractions. 47yd Divide. 9. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor ft 2.8mi2.8mi 1mi Apply 5280 ft/1mi ft 2.8 mi 1 mi ft 11. We multiply by a chain of conversion factors, the first to change inches to feet, the second to change feet to yards. 1ft 104 in 104 in 12 in 1yd 3ft Multiply by conversion factors. 1 ft 104 in 12 in 1yd 3 ft yd 12 3 Multiply fractions yd Simplify Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to rounding digit and truncate everything to the right of the rounding digit. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a yard, 104 inches is approximately 2.9 yards.

26 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM We multiply by a chain of conversion factors, the first to change inches to feet, the second to change feet to miles. 1ft in in 12 in 1mi 5280 ft Multiply by conversion factors. 1 ft in 12 in 1mi 5280 ft mi Multiply fractions mi Simplify Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit and truncate everything after the rounding digit. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a mile, 168,372 inches is approximately 2.7 miles. 15. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 12 in 82 ft 82 ft 1ft Apply 12 in/1ft. 12 in 82 ft 1 ft 984 in 17. We multiply by a chain of conversion factors, the first to change yards to feet, the second to change feet to inches. 2.9yd2.9yd 3ft 12 in 1yd 1ft Multiply by conversion factors. 2.9 yd 3 ft 12 in 1 yd 1 ft in 1 1 Multiply fractions in Simplify.

27 404 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Locate the rounding digit in the units place and the test digit in the tenths Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone and truncate everything to the right of the decimal point. Hence, to the nearest inch, 2.9 yards is approximately 104 inches. 19. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 1mi ft ft 5280 ft Apply 1 mi/5280 ft. 1mi ft 5280 ft mi mi Carry division to two decimal places Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a mile, 25,756 feet is approximately 4.9 miles. 21. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 5yd5yd 3ft 1yd 3ft 5 yd 1 yd 15ft Apply 3 ft/1yd.

28 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM We multiply by a chain of conversion factors, the first to change inches to feet, the second to change feet to miles. 1ft in in 12 in 1mi 5280 ft Multiply by conversion factors. 1 ft in 12 in 1mi 5280 ft mi Multiply fractions mi Simplify Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit and truncate everything after the rounding digit. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a mile, 169,312 inches is approximately 2.7 miles. 25. We multiply by a chain of conversion factors, the first to change yards to feet, the second to change feet to inches. 1.5yd1.5yd 3ft 12 in 1yd 1ft 1.5 yd 3 ft 1 yd in in 12 in 1 ft Multiply by conversion factors. Multiply fractions. Simplify. Locate the rounding digit in the units place and the test digit in the tenths

29 406 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone and truncate everything to the right of the decimal point. Hence, to the nearest inch, 1.5 yards is approximately 54 inches. 27. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 1ft 360 in 360 in 12 in Apply 1 ft/12 in. 1ft 360 in 12 in 360 ft 12 30ft Divide. 29. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 1ft 48 in 48 in 12 in Apply 1 ft/12 in. 1ft 48 in 12 in 48 ft 12 4ft Divide. 31. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 1mi ft ft 5280 ft Apply 1 mi/5280 ft. 1mi ft 5280 ft mi mi Carry division to two decimal places Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate.. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a mile, 15,363 feet is approximately 2.9 miles.

30 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM We multiply by a chain of conversion factors, the first to change miles to feet, the second to change feet to inches ft 12 in 1.7mi1.7mi 1mi 1ft Multiply by conversion factors. 1.7 mi 5280 ft 12 in 1 mi 1 ft ft 1 1 Multiply fractions in Simplify. Hence, 1.7 miles equals 107,712 inches. 35. We multiply by a chain of conversion factors, the first to change miles to feet, the second to change feet to inches ft 12 in 3.1mi3.1mi 1mi 1ft Multiply by conversion factors. 3.1 mi 5280 ft 12 in 1 mi 1 ft ft 1 1 Multiply fractions in Simplify. Hence, 3.1 miles equals 196,416 inches. 37. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor ft 3.6mi3.6mi 1mi Apply 5280 ft/1mi ft 3.6 mi 1 mi ft 39. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 12 in 18 ft 18 ft 1ft Apply 12 in/1ft. 12 in 18 ft 1 ft 216 in

31 408 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 41. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor lb oz lb Apply 16 oz/1lb. 8 1lb oz lb ( 1 ) lb oz Mixed to improper fraction. 82oz Hence, pounds equals 82 ounces. 43. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors lb 16 oz 2.4ton2.4ton 1ton 1lb 2.4 ton 2000 lb 16 oz 1 ton 1 lb oz oz Hence, 2.4 tons equals 76, 800 ounces. Multiply by conversion factors. 45. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 1lb 34 oz 34 oz 16 oz Apply 1 lb/16 oz. 1lb 34 oz 16 oz 34 lb lb 8 Reduce. 2 1 lb 8 Change to mixed fraction. 47. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor lb 2.2ton2.2ton Apply 2000 lb/1ton. 1ton 2.2 ton 2000 lb 1 ton lb lb

32 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM 409 Hence, 2.2 tons equals 4, 400 pounds. 49. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 1lb 70 oz 70 oz 16 oz Apply 1 lb/16 oz. 1lb 70 oz 16 oz 70 lb lb 8 Reduce. 4 3 lb 8 Change to mixed fraction. 51. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 1ton 9560 lb 9560 lb Apply 1 ton/2000 lb lb 1ton 9560 lb 2000 lb 9560 ton ton Divide Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate.. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a ton, 9,560 pounds is approximately 4.8 tons.

33 410 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 53. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor lb oz lb Apply 16 oz/1lb. 2 1lb oz lb 1 lb oz Mixed to improper fraction. 40oz Hence, pounds equals 40 ounces. 55. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor lb 5.9ton5.9ton Apply 2000 lb/1ton. 1ton 5.9 ton 2000 lb 1 ton lb lb Hence, 5.9 tons equals 11, 800 pounds. 57. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors lb 16 oz 2.5ton2.5ton 1ton 1lb 2.5 ton 2000 lb 16 oz 1 ton 1 lb oz oz Hence, 2.5 tons equals 80, 000 ounces. Multiply by conversion factors. 59. Multiply by the appropriate conversion factor. 1ton 8111 lb 8111 lb Apply 1 ton/2000 lb lb 1ton 8111 lb 2000 lb 8111 ton ton Divide.

34 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate.. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a ton, 8,111 pounds is approximately 4.1 tons. 61. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 2c 8fl oz pt pt 1pt 1c pt c 8fl oz 1 pt 1 c floz floz Multiply by conversion factors. Multiply fractions. Hence, pints equals 73 fluid ounces. 63. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 1c 32 fl oz 32 fl oz 8fl oz 1pt Multiply by conversion factors. 2c 32 floz 1 c 1pt 8 floz 2 c pt Multiply fractions pt 16 2pt Divide. Hence, 32 fluid ounces equals 2 pints.

35 412 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 65. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 3.7 gal 3.7 gal 4qt 1 gal 2pt 1qt 3.7 gal 4 qt 1 gal 2pt 1 qt pt pt Multiply by conversion factors. Hence, 3.7 gallons equals 29.6 pints. 67. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 216 pt 216 pt 1qt 2pt 1 gal 4qt Multiply by conversion factors. 216 pt 1 qt 2 pt 1 gal 4 qt gal Multiply fractions gal 8 27 gal Divide. Hence, 216 pints equals 27 gallons. 69. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 1c 544 fl oz 544 fl oz 8fl oz 1pt Multiply by conversion factors. 2c 544 floz 1 c 1pt 8 floz 2 c pt Multiply fractions pt 16 34pt Divide. Hence, 544 fluid ounces equals 34 pints.

36 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 112 pt 112 pt 1qt 2pt 1 gal 4qt Multiply by conversion factors. 112 pt 1 qt 2 pt 1 gal 4 qt gal Multiply fractions gal 8 14 gal Divide. Hence, 112 pints equals 14 gallons. 73. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 7.7 gal 7.7 gal 4qt 1 gal 2pt 1qt 7.7 gal 4 qt 1 gal 2pt 1 qt pt pt Multiply by conversion factors. Hence, 7.7 gallons equals 61.6 pints. 75. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 2c 8fl oz pt pt 1pt 1c pt c 8fl oz 1 pt 1 c floz floz Multiply by conversion factors. Multiply fractions. Hence, pints equals 62 fluid ounces.

37 414 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 77. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 365 day 24 hr 7.8yr7.8yr Multiply by conversion factors. 1yr 1day 7.8 yr 365 day 24 hr 1 yr 1 day hr Multiply fractions hr Hence, 7.8 years equals 68,328 hours. 79. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 365 day 24 hr 7.6yr7.6yr Multiply by conversion factors. 1yr 1day 7.6 yr 365 day 24 hr 1 yr 1 day hr Multiply fractions hr Hence, 7.6 years equals 66,576 hours. 81. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors s s 1min 60 s 1hr 60 min 1day Multiply by conversion factors. 24 hr s 1 min 1 hr 60 s 60 min 1day 24 hr day Multiply fractions day Multiply fractions day Divide.

38 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a day, 4,025,005 seconds is approximately 46.6 days. 83. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors hr hr 1day 24 hr hr 1 day ( yr 24 hr ) yr 1yr 365 day 1yr 365 day Multiply by conversion factors. Multiply fractions. Hence, 37,668 hours equals 4.3 years. 85. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors hr hr 1day 24 hr hr 1 day ( yr 24 hr ) yr 1yr 365 day 1yr 365 day Multiply by conversion factors. Multiply fractions. Hence, 22,776 hours equals 2.6 years.

39 416 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 87. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 24 hr 60 min 60 s 96 day 96 day Multiply by conversion factors. 1day 1hr 1min 96 day 24 hr 1 day 60 min 60 s 1 hr 1 min s Multiply fractions s Hence, 96 days equals 8,294,400 seconds. 89. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors. 24 hr 60 min 60 s 40 day 40 day Multiply by conversion factors. 1day 1hr 1min 40 day 24 hr 1 day 60 min 60 s 1 hr 1 min s Multiply fractions s Hence, 40 days equals 3,456,000 seconds. 91. This problem requires multiplying by a chain of conversion factors s s 1min 60 s 1hr 60 min 1day Multiply by conversion factors. 24 hr s 1 min 1 hr 60 s 60 min 1day 24 hr day Multiply fractions day Multiply fractions day Divide.

40 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a day, 3,750,580 seconds is approximately 43.4 days. 93. There are 5280 feet in a mile, 60 minutes in an hour, and 60 seconds in a minute. 367 ft s 367 ft s 1mi 60 min 60 s Conversion factors ft 1h 1min 367 ft s 1mi 5280 ft 60 min 60 s 1h 1 min mi Multiply fractions hr mi Multiply and divide. hr To round to the nearest mile per hour, identify the rounding and test digits Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Thus, to the nearest mile per hour, the speed is approximately 250 miles per hour. 95. There are 5280 feet in a mile, 60 minutes in an hour, and 60 seconds in a minute. 442 ft s 442 ft s 1mi 60 min 60 s 5280 ft 1h 1min 442 ft s 1mi 5280 ft 60 min 1h mi hr 60 s 1 min Conversion factors. Multiply fractions mi Multiply and divide. hr To round to the nearest mile per hour, identify the rounding and test digits.

41 418 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Thus, to the nearest mile per hour, the speed is approximately 301 miles per hour. 97. There are 5280 feet in a mile, 60 minutes in an hour, and 60 seconds in a minute. 30 mi h mi 30 h 30 mi 5280 ft 1mi 5280 ft h 1 mi h 60 min 1min 60 s 1 h 60 min 1 min 60 s ft s Conversion factors. Multiply fractions ft Multiply and divide. s To round to the nearest foot per second, identify the rounding and test digits Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Thus, to the nearest foot per second, the speed is approximately 44 feet per second. 99. There are 5280 feet in a mile, 60 minutes in an hour, and 60 seconds in a minute. 106 mi h mi 106 h 106 mi 5280 ft 1mi 5280 ft h 1 mi h 60 min 1min 60 s 1 h 60 min 1 min 60 s ft s Conversion factors. Multiply fractions ft Multiply and divide. s To round to the nearest foot per second, identify the rounding and test digits.

42 6.3. UNIT CONVERSION: AMERICAN SYSTEM Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Thus, to the nearest foot per second, the speed is approximately 155 feet per second The relationship between pounds and tons is 1 ton 2000 pounds. Create a ratio whose numerator is 1 ton and denominator 2000 pounds. Since the numerator and denominator are equivalent, this ratio has a value 1. Multiply by this conversion factor. Cancelling the common units of pounds, your answer will be in tons. 1ton 3200 lb 3200 lb Apply 1 ton/2000 lb lb 1ton 3200 lb 2000 lb 3200 ton ton Divide. Hence, Joe lifted 1.6 tons We want to know how many two-minutes are in one year. One way to do this is to form a proportion. Let x represent the number of pipes that break in one year when one pipe breaks every two minutes. Now create a proportion using these two ratios. 2min 1 pipe 1year x pipes To solve this proportion, we need to have consistent units. Convert the year to minutes. 365 day 24 hr 60 min 1yr1yr Multiply by conversion factors. 1yr 1day 1hour 1 yr 365 day 24 hr 60 min 1 yr 1 day 1 hour min Multiply fractions min

43 420 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Thus there are 525,600 minutes in one year. Rewrite the proportion using this value. 2min min 1 pipe x pipes Now, we can drop the units, cross multiply and solve x Original proportion. 2 x Product of means and extremes are equal. 2x Divide both sides by 2. x Simplify. Thus, in the US, 262,800 pipes break each year. 6.4 Unit Conversion: Metric System 1. The metric system prefix centi means 1/ The metric system prefix hecto means The metric system prefix deci means 1/10 7. The metric system prefix mg means milligram. 9. The metric system prefix m means meter. 11. The metric system prefix kl means kilolitre or kiloliter. 13. Themetricsystemprefixhm means hectometer. 15. The metric system prefix dam means dekameter. 17. The metric system prefix dl means decilitre or deciliter.

44 6.4. UNIT CONVERSION: METRIC SYSTEM The metric system prefix hg means hectogram. 21. The metric system prefix dg means decigram. 23. The metric system prefix hl means hectolitre or hectoliter. 25. To change 5,490 millimeters to meters, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1m 5490 cm 5490 mm 1000 mm 1m 5490 mm 1000 mm m Multiply fractions m Simplify. Hence, 5,490 millimeters equals 5.49 meters. 27. To change 64 meters to millimeters, apply the appropriate conversion factor mm 64 m 64 m 1m 1000 mm 64 m 64 m ( 1 ) m mm Multiply fractions mm Simplify. Hence, 64 meters equals 64,000 millimeters. 29. To change 4,571 millimeters to meters, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1m 4571 cm 4571 mm 1000 mm 1m 4571 mm 1000 mm m Multiply fractions m Simplify. Hence, 4,571 millimeters equals meters.

45 422 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 31. To change 15 meters to centimeters, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 100 cm 15 m 15 m 1m 100 cm 15 m 15 m ( 1 ) m cm Multiply fractions cm Simplify. Hence, 15 meters equals 1,500 centimeters. 33. To change 569 centimeters to meters, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1m 569 cm 569 cm 100 cm 1m 569 cm 100 cm m Multiply fractions m Simplify. Hence, 569 centimeters equals 5.69 meters. 35. To change 79 meters to centimeters, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 100 cm 79 m 79 m 1m 100 cm 79 m 79 m ( 1 ) m cm Multiply fractions cm Simplify. Hence, 79 meters equals 7,900 centimeters.

46 6.4. UNIT CONVERSION: METRIC SYSTEM To change 7.6 kilometers to meters, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 7.6km7.6km 1000 m 1km 7.6 km 1000 m 1 km m Multiply fractions m Simplify. Hence, 7.6 kilometers equals 7,600 meters. 39. To change 861 centimeters to meters, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1m 861 cm 861 cm 100 cm 1m 861 cm 100 cm m Multiply fractions m Simplify. Hence, 861 centimeters equals 8.61 meters. 41. To change 4,826 meters to kilometers, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1km 4826 m 4826 m 1000 m 1km 4826 m ( 1000 ) m km Multiply fractions km Simplify. Hence, 4,826 meters equals kilometers.

47 424 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 43. To change 4,724 meters to kilometers, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1km 4724 m 4724 m 1000 m 1km 4724 m ( 1000 ) m km Multiply fractions km Simplify. Hence, 4,724 meters equals kilometers. 45. To change 6.5 kilometers to meters, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 6.5km6.5km 1000 m 1km 6.5 km 1000 m 1 km m Multiply fractions m Simplify. Hence, 6.5 kilometers equals 6,500 meters. 47. To change 17 meters to millimeters, apply the appropriate conversion factor mm 17 m 17 m 1m 1000 mm 17 m 17 m ( 1 ) m mm Multiply fractions mm Simplify. Hence, 17 meters equals 17,000 millimeters.

48 6.4. UNIT CONVERSION: METRIC SYSTEM To change 512 milligrams to centigrams, we need to apply a chain of conversion factors. 1g 512 mg 512 mg 1000 mg mg g 1000 mg cg cg 100 cg 1g 100 cg 1 g Apply conversion factors. Multiply fractions. Simplify. Hence, 512 milligrams equals 51.2 centigrams. 51. To change 541 milligrams to centigrams, we need to apply a chain of conversion factors. 1g 541 mg 541 mg 1000 mg mg g 1000 mg cg cg 100 cg 1g 100 cg 1 g Apply conversion factors. Multiply fractions. Simplify. Hence, 541 milligrams equals 54.1 centigrams. 53. To change 70 grams to centigrams, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 100 cg 70g70g 1g 100 cg 70 g70 g 1 g cg Multiply fractions cg Simplify. Hence, 70 grams equals 7,000 centigrams.

49 426 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 55. To change 53 centigrams to milligrams, we need to apply a chain of conversion factors. 1g 1000 mg 53 cg 53 cg Apply conversion factors. 100 cg 1g 1 53 cg g 1000 mg 100 cg 1 g mg Multiply fractions mg Simplify. Hence, 53 centigrams equals 530 milligrams. 57. To change 83 kilograms to grams, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 83 kg 83 kg 1000 g 1kg 83 kg 83 kg 1000 g 1 ( kg ) g Multiply fractions g Simplify. Hence, 83 kilograms equals 83,000 grams. 59. To change 8,196 grams to kilograms, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1kg 8196 cm 8196 g 1000 g 1kg 8196 g 1000 g kg Multiply fractions kg Simplify. Hence, 8,196 grams equals kilograms.

50 6.4. UNIT CONVERSION: METRIC SYSTEM To change 564 centigrams to grams, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1g 564 cg 564 cg 100 cg 1g 564 cg 100 cg g Multiply fractions g Simplify. Hence, 564 centigrams equals 5.64 grams. 63. To change 38 grams to centigrams, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 100 cg 38g38g 1g 100 cg 38 g38 g 1 g cg Multiply fractions cg Simplify. Hence, 38 grams equals 3,800 centigrams. 65. To change 77 centigrams to milligrams, we need to apply a chain of conversion factors. 1g 1000 mg 77cg77cg Apply conversion factors. 100 cg 1g 1 77 cg g 1000 mg 100 cg 1 g mg Multiply fractions mg Simplify. Hence, 77 centigrams equals 770 milligrams.

51 428 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 67. To change 5,337 grams to kilograms, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1kg 5337 cm 5337 g 1000 g 1kg 5337 g 1000 g kg Multiply fractions kg Simplify. Hence, 5,337 grams equals kilograms. 69. To change 15 kilograms to grams, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 15 kg 15 kg 1000 g 1kg 15 kg 15 kg 1000 g 1 ( kg ) g Multiply fractions g Simplify. Hence, 15 kilograms equals 15,000 grams. 71. To change 833 centigrams to grams, apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1g 833 cg 833 cg 100 cg 1g 833 cg 100 cg g Multiply fractions g Simplify. Hence, 833 centigrams equals 8.33 grams.

52 6.4. UNIT CONVERSION: METRIC SYSTEM To change 619,560 centilitres to kilolitres, we apply a chain of conversion factors. 1L cl cl 100 cl 1kL Apply conversion factors L 1 L cl 100 cl 1kL 1000 L kl Multiply fractions kl Simmplify. Hence, 619,560 centilitres equals kilolitres. 75. To change 15.2 litres to millilitres, we apply the appropriate conversion factor ml 15.2L15.2L Apply conversion factors. 1L 1000 ml 15.2 L 1 L ml Simplify. Hence, 15.2 litres equals 15,200 millilitres. 77. To change 10,850 centilitres to litres, we apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1L cl cl Apply conversion factors. 100 cl 1L cl 100 cl L Multiply fractions L Simplify. Hence, 10,850 centilitres equals litres. 79. To change 10.7 litres to millilitres, we apply the appropriate conversion factor ml 10.7L10.7L Apply conversion factors. 1L 1000 ml 10.7 L 1 L ml Simplify. Hence, 10.7 litres equals 10,700 millilitres.

53 430 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 81. To change 15,665 millilitres to litres, we apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1L ml ml Apply conversion factors ml ml 1L 1000 ml L Multiply fractions L Simplify. Hence, 15,665 millilitres equals litres. 83. To change 6.3 kilolitres to centilitres, we need a chain of conversion factors. 6.3kL6.3kL 1000 L 100 cl Apply conversion factors. 1kL 1L 6.3 kl 1000 L 100 cl 1 kl 1 L cl Multiply fractions cl Simplify. Hence, 6.3 kilolitres equals 630,000 centilitres. 85. To change 4.5 kilolitres to centilitres, we need a chain of conversion factors. 4.5kL4.5kL 1000 L 100 cl Apply conversion factors. 1kL 1L 4.5 kl 1000 L 100 cl 1 kl 1 L cl Multiply fractions cl Simplify. Hence, 4.5 kilolitres equals 450,000 centilitres. 87. To change 10.6 litres to centilitres, we apply the appropriate conversion factor. 100 cl 10.6L10.6L Apply conversion factors. 1L 100 cl 10.6 L 1 L 1060 cl Simplify. Hence, 10.6 litres equals 1,060 centilitres.

54 6.4. UNIT CONVERSION: METRIC SYSTEM To change 14,383 centilitres to litres, we apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1L cl cl Apply conversion factors. 100 cl 1L cl 100 cl L Multiply fractions L Simplify. Hence, 14,383 centilitres equals litres. 91. To change 9.9 litres to centilitres, we apply the appropriate conversion factor. 100 cl 9.9L9.9L Apply conversion factors. 1L 100 cl 9.9 L 1 L 990 cl Simplify. Hence, 9.9 litres equals 990 centilitres. 93. To change 407,331 centilitres to kilolitres, we apply a chain of conversion factors. 1L cl cl 100 cl 1kL Apply conversion factors L 1 L cl 100 cl kl kL 1000 L Multiply fractions kl Simmplify. Hence, 407,331 centilitres equals kilolitres. 95. To change 14,968 millilitres to litres, we apply the appropriate conversion factor. 1L ml ml Apply conversion factors ml ml 1L 1000 ml L Multiply fractions L Simplify.

55 432 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Hence, 14,968 millilitres equals litres. 6.5 Unit Conversion: Applications 1. Multiply by the given conversion ratio cm 68 in 68 in 1in 2.54 cm 68 in 1 in cm Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a centimeter, 68 inches is approximately centimeters. 3. Multiply by the given conversion ratio. 1in 44 cm 44 cm 2.54 cm 1in 44 cm 2.54 cm 44 in in Divide

56 6.5. UNIT CONVERSION: APPLICATIONS 433 Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a inch, 44 centimeters is approximately 17.3 inches. 5. Multiply by the given conversion ratio km 79 mi 79 mi 1mi km 79 mi 1 mi km Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a kilometer, 79 miles is approximately kilometers. 7. This will require a chain of conversion factors. 1m 1489 cm 1489 cm 100 cm 1yd Apply conversion factors m 1 m 1489 cm 100 cm 1yd m 1489 yd yd Divide

57 434 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a yard, 1489 centimeters is approximately 16.3 yards. 9. This will require a chain of conversion factors. 28 yd 28 yd m 100 cm 1yd 1m Apply conversion factors. 28 yd m 100 cm 1 yd 1 m cm Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a centimeter, 28 yards is approximately centimeters. 11. This will require a chain of conversion factors ft 12 in 8.6m8.6m 1m 1ft Apply conversion factors. 8.6 m ft 12 in 1 m 1 ft in Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a inch, 8.6 meters is approximately inches.

58 6.5. UNIT CONVERSION: APPLICATIONS Multiply by the given conversion ratio cm 60 in 60 in 1in 2.54 cm 60 in 1 in 152.4cm Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a centimeter, 60 inches is approximately centimeters. 15. This will require a chain of conversion factors. 1ft 208 in 208 in 12 in 1m Apply conversion factors ft 1 ft 208 in 12 in 1m ft 208 m m Divide Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a meter, 208 inches is approximately 5.3 meters.

59 436 CHAPTER 6. RATIO AND PROPORTION 17. Multiply by the given conversion ratio. 1m 20 yd 20 yd yd 1m 20 yd yd 20 m m Divide Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a meter, 20 yards is approximately 18.3 meters. 19. Multiply by the given conversion ratio km 29 mi 29 mi 1mi km 29 mi 1 mi km Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a kilometer, 29 miles is approximately 46.7 kilometers.

60 6.5. UNIT CONVERSION: APPLICATIONS Multiply by the given conversion ratio yd 8.2m8.2m 1m yd 8.2 m 1 m yd Because the test digit is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a yard, 8.2 meters is approximately 9.0 yards. 23. Multiply by the given conversion ratio. 1mi 4.9km4.9km km 4.9 km 1mi km 4.9 mi mi Divide Because the test digit is less than 5, leave the rounding digit alone, then truncate. Hence, to the nearest tenth of a mile, 4.9 kilometers is approximately 3.0 miles.

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