I need to convert the following: $\displaystyle k = 0.000426 \frac{years^2}{gigameters^3}$ to $\displaystyle \frac{seconds^2}{meters^3}$ Any help will be much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by greenday1209 I need to convert the following: $\displaystyle k = 0.000426 \frac{years^2}{gigameters^2}$ to $\displaystyle \frac{seconds^2}{meters^2}$ Any help will be much appreciated. $\displaystyle 1\ a = 365 \cdot 24 \cdot 60 \cdot 60\ s$ $\displaystyle 1\ Gm = 10^9\ m$ Plug in these values into the given term and simplify.
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