# Use the rules for multiplication and division of measurements to find the value of each of the following. 1. (18 ft) (290 lb)/4.6 s 2. (18.5 kg) (4.65 m)/19.5 s 3. 4500 mi/12.3 h 4. 48.9 kg (1.5 m) (3.25 m) 5. (48.7 m) (68.5 m)/18.4 m)/(35.5 m) (40.0 m) 6. (270 kg) (16.4 m/s) 2 7. (85.7 kg) (25.7

Use the rules for multiplication and division of measurements to find the value of each of the following.

1. (18 ft) (290 lb)/4.6 s

2. (18.5 kg) (4.65 m)/19.5 s

3. 4500 mi/12.3 h

4. 48.9 kg (1.5 m) (3.25 m)

5. (48.7 m) (68.5 m)/18.4 m)/(35.5 m) (40.0 m)

6. ½(270 kg) (16.4 m/s)^{2}

7. (85.7 kg) (25.7 m/s)^{2}/12.5 m

8. (45.2 kg) (13.7 m)/(2.65 s)^{2}

9. 4/3π (13.5 m)^{3}

10. 140 g/(3.4 cm) (2.8 cm)/(5.6 cm)

11. (213 m) (65.3 m) – (175 m)(44.5 m)

12. (4.5 ft) (7.2 ft) (12.4 ft) + (5.42 ft)^{3}

13. (125 ft) (295 ft)/44.7 ft + (215 ft)^{3}/(68.8 ft) (12.4 ft) + (454 ft)^{3}/(75.5 ft)^{2}

14. (12.5 m) (46.75 m) + (6.76 m)^{3}/4910 m + (41.5 m)(21 m) (28.8 m)/31.7 m

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