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It's probably good to know all the meter/liter/gram conversions we covered in week one. For example, nano-, mega-, pico-. Additionally, the meaning of each unit is important to determine final units in a problem - see Hertz, Joules.
Study the prefixes for sure, just so you recognize things such as picometer (pm) and any other more uncommon ones, not just nm and m. Know how to convert from kg to g to mg too, as well as remembering SI units from the previous section we covered
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