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# Where are math conversion charts?

**People use math conversion charts to find equal counterparts between two systems or scales of units of measurement, such as from inches to centimeters.** Math.com has several different conversion charts that are free to use. There are conversion charts available for lengths and distances, areas, volumes and metric prefixes.

Math.com also has online converters for various math problems. These online converters can be used to convert units of length, area, liquid, volume, energy, acceleration and pressure. There is also a number base converter available. It is used to convert numbers from one base to another base. In addition to conversion charts, Math.com has several different conversion calculators and tools. These tools include a scientific calculator, percentage calculator, probability calculator, savings calculator and a trigonometry calculator.

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## How do you use a pressure conversions calculator?

A: To use an online pressure conversion calculator, provide a measurement in the known unit, specify the unit to convert it to, and then press or click a butt... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How do you read an ounce conversion chart?

A: To read an ounce conversion chart, find the number of ounces you wish to convert in the left hand column and find the corresponding unit of measurement in ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How do you convert measurements in feet to meters?

A: To convert measurement in feet to meters multiply the measurement in feet by the conversion ratio of 0.3048. To ensure that your calculations are correct, ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## Is there a conversion chart of Celsius to Fahrenheit?

A: There are many Celsius-to-Fahrenheit conversion charts, including one available at metric-conversions.org and another at AskNumbers.com. The chart at metri... Full Answer >Filed Under: