1. Convert the following numbers to SI:
a. 56.8 in =
b. 1 year =
c. 34.8 atm =
d. 8.3 Btu/min =
e. 38.96 ft/min
f. 98.6 furlongs per fortnight
g. 34.5 in pdl
h. 15.8 gal/min

2. Perform the following conversions:
a. 34.589 Pa to psia
b. 34.6 m/s to mph
c. 89.6 L to m3
d. 68.4 in3 to ft3
e. 964 slug to lbm
f. 569 pdl to lbf
g. 56.8 glug to g
h. 78.5 mug to kg
i. 358 atm L to Btu
j. 1.2 steradians to square degrees

3. Convert the following temperatures to the Kelvintemperature scale:
a. 259.6 R
b. 145 C
c. 98.6 F

4. Convert the following temperature intervals to Kelvin.
a. 58.3 C;
b. 89.7 F;
c. 4.5 R;

5. A weir is a slot in an open channel with water flowing over it (Figure 14.12). For a weir with a rectangular shape, the following formula can be derived:
Q = 5.35 Lh^(3/2)
Where
Q = water flowrate. ft3/s
L = length of weir, ft
h = height of liquid above weir gate, ft

Do the following:
a. Determine the units associated with the constant that are needed to make the equation dimensionally homogeneous.
b. Determine a new constant that allows the following units to be used:

Q = water flow rate, gal/min
L = length of weir, ft
h = height of liquid above weir gate, in

1. Describe the three forms in which we can write any conversion factor. Given the conversion in one form, such as 1 lb = 16 oz, how do you find the other two forms?
What are the three forms of any conversion factor? Select all that apply.
DA. A sum of the two units that is equal to zero.
DB. A fraction of the second unit

Process Cost: Weighted Average Method
Agua-Paint, Inc. produces an environmentally correct paint that goes through department A and department B. Department A's data on units and costs for the last month are presented below (look also in the attachment).
Percent completed
Units Materials Conversion
Beginning work

See attached file for full problem description.
5. Express the units of in meters, kilograms, seconds, and Amperes (the basic SI units).
Then do the same for...
Finally, show that the numerical value of is equal to the speed of light.
6. Show that, for any vector F, where S is the surface bounding the volume V.

The Rainbow Paint Co. uses a process-costing system. Materials are added at the beginning of the process and conversion costs are incurred uniformly. Work in process at the beginning of the month is 40 % complete; at the end, 20%. One gallon of material makes one gallon of product. Data follows:
Beginning inventory

Maenhout Corporation uses the FIFO method in its process costing system. Operating data for the Casting Department for the month of September appear below:
Units Percentage Complete
Beginning work in process inventory

I have a multiple choice problem that I need help with...
A department adds materials at the beginning of the process and incurs conversion costs uniformly throughout the process. For the month of May, there was no beginning work in process; 20,000 units were completed and transferred out; and there were 5,000 units in the en

Reading Railroad's common stock is currently priced at $25, and its 8 percent convertible debentures (issued at par, or $1,000) are priced at $750. Each debenture can be converted into 20 shares of common stock at any time before 2005. What is the conversion price, CP, and the conversion value of the bond? You will receive 10 po

I am new to vb.net. Can you give instructions on interface and the coding to make such interface work. For example converting British liters, pints gallons etc to the American version to apply when purchasing gas.

Motormania makes diesel engines.
All direct materials are introduced at the start of the process.
Conversion costs are incurred evenly throughout the process.
May 1 there was no beginning WIP inventory, but 485,000 units were started.
At the end of May, there were 90,000 units still in process at the 70% stage of completi

Need some help with just this one question...
Conversion cost per unit equals $6.00. Total materials cost equals $40,000. Equivalent units for materials are 20,000. How much is the total manufacturing cost per unit?
A) $8.00
B) $6.00
C) $10.00
D) $2.00