# To find the conversion between two of these units, divide the number of kilometers in one...

###### Question:

To find the conversion between two of these units, divide the number of kilometers in one by the number of kilometers in another. For example, 1 mile = 1.61 kilometers and 1 meter = 10-3 kilometers. So 1 meter/ 1 mile = 10-3 kilometers / 1.61 kilometers = 6.21 x 10-4. Therefore, 1 meter = 6.21 x 10-4 miles. Either calculate from the information above or find the following unit conversions:

1 A.U. = ly

1 A.U. = pc

1 ly = A.U.

1 ly = pc

1 pc = A.U.

1 pc = ly

Make the following unit conversions.

2.3 ly = A.U.

6.9 pc = ly

670 ly = pc

45 A.U. = ly

1500 pc = A.U.

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