:

## Units Converter

Maple

Ibragimova Evelina, the 6th form

school # 57, Kazan, Russia

The Units Converter

restart:
`Conversion formula`;
d:=l=n*m:
d;

Conversion formula
l = n m

m - shows how many minor units in one major one (coefficient)
`Coefficient`;
m:=1000;
Coefficient
m:=1000

n - the number of major units
n:=7/3;
n := 7/3

l - the number of minor units
l:=;

The result (the desired value)
solve(d);
7000/3
evalf(solve(d));
2333.333333

That is : there are 2333.3 (or 7000/3 ) minor units in 7/3 major units .

Other example

m - shows how many minor units in one major one (coefficient)
`Coefficient`;
m:=4200;
Coefficient
m:=4200

n - the number of major units
n:=;

l - the number of minor units
l:=100;

l:=100

The result (the desired value)
solve(d);
1/42
evalf(solve(d));
0.02380952381

That is : there are 0.02 (or 1/42) major units in 100 minor units .

Another example

m - shows how many minor units in one major one (coefficient)
`Coefficient`;
m:=;
Coefficient

n - the number of major units
n:=2;

n := 2

l - the number of minor units
l:=200;

l:=200

The result (the desired value)
solve(d);
100
evalf(solve(d));
100

That is : Coefficient is 100 .

﻿