The conversion of units is important in mathematics, physics, and chemistry. We need to convert one unit into another to find the answer. Sometimes larger units are used like Km/h, we need to convert these units into smaller ones and vice versa. We usually convert the units of the metric system easily, but when we go outside the metric system, the task becomes a little difficult as there are no easy converting units. For example, when we have to convert miles into Km or feet into the meter, we find it difficult to convert as there are no simple conversion units like in the metric system. In this case, we use a conversion calculator for our convenience, the metric conversion units are easy to convert as the power changes from the 10 and its multiple. For the metric conversion, we can use a metric conversion calculator.

There is a simple method to convert one unit to another, we are explaining it by examples:

**For example,** if you are moving with 40 miles/h, is it faster or slower than 40 feet/sec, the same goes with the 50 Km/h and 40 miles/h, now it is difficult for us to decide which speed is faster or slower, we are using miles and Kilometer. Conversion suddenly becomes quite a difficult task, when we are going outside the metric system. The conversion factor is 1.61, as

1 mile =1.61 Km

The difficult thing is whether we have to divide or multiply in this case, when you are converting the Km into miles simply multiply Kilometers to Miles and when you are converting miles to Km, you have to divide.

## Be reasonable when converting units:

You can find the conversion table when you are converting one unit to another even outside of the metric system. It is still a little confusing when to divide and when to multiply and vice versa. The measurement conversion is easy to understand, but we need to be a little reasonable and rational when converting the units. The simple rule of conversion is when you are converting smaller units to larger units, you have to multiply, the rule applies to all the conversion, and when you are converting a larger unit to smaller, you need to divide the unit as you are converting a larger unit into smaller.

**For example,** when you are converting 5 hours to minutes, you need to multiply, as you are converting a larger unit of time into smaller, so when you multiply 5 with 60, you get the answer, which is 300 minutes.

Now consider when you have to convert 5 Km/h to m/s, now this is compound conversion as you have to multiply 5 with 1000 to convert it into meters, which in this case is 5000. But we need to convert the hours into seconds, which would be (60 *60) to make hours into seconds. The answer would be 3600 seconds, now we have to divide 5000/3600, to convert Km/h to m/s. In this case, the answer is 1.3m/sec.

## Conclusion:

The conversion of units can be easy if you simply use the reasoning when converting a larger unit to smaller and vice versa. Everybody can be confused in conversion, you can use a conversion calculator to convert one unit to another, whether metric conversion or converting units outside the metric system.