Succeed with maths: part 2
Succeed with maths: part 2

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6 Summary

Congratulations for making it to the end of another week! Many people find converting between different units a challenge, even at higher levels of study, but you now have a set of tools that will help in the future. This means that if you go on to study, in many different subject areas, you will already be another step on your way to achieving your goals. And even if this is not your ultimate aim, you will still have gained some very valuable skills for your everyday and work life.

You should now be able to:

  • understand the more common SI units for mass and volume, and convert between them
  • recognise the more common imperial units for mass and volume, and convert between these
  • understand how the SI and imperial units of mass and volume relate to each other.

You can now go to Week 3.

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