I'm not even sure this belongs in the algebra section, I know so little about math. It's a joke, really. I'm in a chem 101 class in University and I feel so screwed because I don't even know what to do, yet too embarrassed to ask for help because I SHOULD know this crap.

(Yes, I know, they won't care and would be happy to help; I understand that. Doesn't change my feelings, however).

Yet I didn't go to high school and it doomed me. I got my GED and I've been to a community college, but I transferred to a University. I also switched my major from psychology to chemistry because it interests me more.

And it does. I just need to learn the math. Which I will. On my own.

Sadly, I need to learn how to solve this by Tuesday and today is Sunday. I'm sure that won't be a problem if someone thoroughly explains it to me, and I'd be forever grateful to you if you did.

Here's the problem:

Convert 18.301 pm/ms^{2 }to cm/min^{2}.

How do I solve this?

I haven't taken a math class since 8th grade and I'm in my 20s. I know how to do basic algebra, and I WILL learn quickly because I am smart, I just need the explanations... thanks, guys.