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2 2^mc x 20 ccmes/ x 06 cisen/m x 1 00L,01/ cm3^ = .24 imLn/
10,00 m3c^ = 1 L
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m0c43/esc × 60 nisce/m × 10L1cm00/,3 = 0024 /L,0100 inm = 4.2 /imLn
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If, like me, you dislike memorizing formulas, but are okay doing the actual math, I always just look at the units. It wanted L/min, and I had to get it using cm^2 and cm/sec...
Well, I know cm^3 gives volume (L) after bashing out a few conversions, so multiply it is!
Then I know to turn seconds into minutes, so multiply by 60.
Now, at this point, I knew my decimals were off, but still, 4x6 = 24, so it's some version of that. Had they included 24 or .24 as answers, I'd have actually had to pay attention to my conversions.
Anyways, I hope that helps!
This question was on my MCAT and I laughed when I saw it.
Things you gave to know: cm^3 = mL , then how to convert units.
2cm^2 x 20 cm/sec = 40cm^3 / sec = 40 mL / sec
From here just convert 40 mL / sec to L / min
40 mL / sec x 1 L / 1000 mL x 60 sec / 1 minute = 2.4 L / min