Please use Dimensional analysis technique and show your work.

1-What is the length in meters of a 300. ft football field?
2-If a professional basketball player was 6.75 feet tall, what would be his equivalent height in centimeters?
3-A sheet of standard U.S typing paper measures 8.50 inches x 11.0 inches. What are these dimensions in centimeters?
4-One of the oldest elephants on record lived for 130. Years. How many minutes is that?
5-How many gallons of soft drink are there in a 2.o liter bottle?
6-A 40.0 ounce box of cereal contains how many kilograms of cereal?
7-It is 2374 miles between Phoenix, Arizona and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. What is the distance in Km?
8-The temperature of an oxyacetylene torch flame can reach as high as 3137 C. What is this temperature in F?

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1-What s the length in meters of a 300. feet football field?
1 foot = 0.3048 meters

2-If a professional basketball player was 6.75 feet tall, what would be his equivalent height in centimeters?
1 in = 2.54 ...

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The solution discusses the dimensional analysis technique.

Using dimensional analysis, which one of the following equations is
(a -> m/^2, v -> m/s, x -> m , t -> s)
a. x = v/t
b. v = 2ax
t2 = x/a
c. x2 = 2av
d. x = at

Please use Dimensionalanalysistechnique and show the work.
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