con·verse noun \ˈkän-ˌvərs\: something reversed in order, relation, or action: as
A conversion factor changes something to a different version or form. A factor is something that brings results or a cause, while conversion is an action of changing the "version" of a thing.
In math (specifically algebra) a conversion factor is used to convert a measured quantity to a different unit of measure without changing the relative amount. To accomplish this, a ratio (fraction) is established that equals one (1). In the ratio, the conversion factor is a multiplier that, when applied to the larger unit, converts the larger unit into the smaller unit, by multiplication with the measured amount.
Using the conversion table below, write out both forms of the ratio (fraction) for 10 conversion factors.