Unit conversions are important in many sciences, but especially in Chemistry and Physics. This site is designed to help you learn to convert units using a technique known as dimensional analysis. Your teacher may also refer to this as the factor-label method. A good place to start is clicking "Learn" in the navigation bar to the left.
Website repair update (Sept 20, 2016):
1. You should now be able to type in answers again. The previous problem where certain numbers simply couldn't be typed appears to be fixed. Yeah!
2. The "advice" saying "try again" that was very unreadable should be working again. However, for some reason, it doesn't appear very well on the Chrome browser. Explorer, Edge, Firefox, appear fine. Still working on the advice readability. Thank for your patience.
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