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# Perform each conversion.(a) 588 cal to joules(b) 17.4 J to Calories(c) 134 kJ to

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Problem 51P

Perform each conversion.

(a) 588 cal to joules

(b) 17.4 J to Calories

(c) 134 kJ to Calories

(d) 56.2 Cal to joules

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Solution 51P

Here, we are going to convert the unit from Cal to joule or Joule to cal.

(a)588 cal to joules

We know,

1 Cal = 4.1868 Joule

Therefore, the conversion factor =

Thus,

588 cal x  = 2461.8384 Joule

= 2.46 kJoule.

Therefore,

588 cal = 2.46 kJ

(b) 17.4 J to Calories

We know,

1 Cal = 4.1868 Joule

Therefore, the conversion factor =

Thus,

17.4 J x   = 4.156 cal

Therefore,

17.4 J = 4.156 cal

(c) 134 kJ to Calories

We know,

1 Cal = 4.1868 Joule

1 000 J = 1 kJ

Therefore, the conversion factor = ,

Thus,

134 kJ x  x  =  32005.3 cal

Therefor

134 kJ = 32005.3 calories = 32.0 kilocalories

(d) 56.2 Cal to joules

We know,

1 Cal = 4.1868 Joule

Therefore, the conversion factor =

Thus,

56.2 cal x  = 235.29 Joule

= 0.2353 kJ

Therefore,

56.2 cal = 0.2353 kJ

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