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- Lesson: 1a1:58
- Lesson: 1b2:27
- Lesson: 1c2:44
- Lesson: 1d1:45

In previous lessons, we learn the conversions between metric and imperial systems. In this lesson, we will try to convert units with squares and cubic. What we learn from the previous lesson will be important because we need to know how to convert between different units before doing any conversions involving squares and cubic.

Basic concepts: Squares and square roots, Estimating square roots, Metric systems, Imperial systems,

Related concepts: Square and square roots, Cubic and cube roots, Operations with radicals, Conversion between entire radicals and mixed radicals,

- Introductiona)How to do conversions involving square units and cubic units?
- 1.Conversions involving squaresa)${35 m^2}$= _____${cm^2}$b)${8 ft^3}$= _____${cm^3}$c)${58 m^2}$= _____${in^2}$d)${25 ft^3}$= _____${in^3}$

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