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**Problem**: A student sets up the following equation to convert a measurement. (The ? stands for a number the student is going to calculate.) Fill in the missing part of this equation.

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A student sets up the following equation to convert a measurement.

(The ? stands for a number the student is going to calculate.)

Fill in the missing part of this equation.

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