**Common Questions about the CONVERT Formula:**

• What is the CONVERT formula?

• How is the CONVERT formula used?

• What does the CONVERT formula do?

• What types of data can the CONVERT formula convert?

**How can the CONVERT formula be used appropriately?**

• Be sure to understand the units of measure you are converting, such as degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit, or ounces to grams.

• Include the source unit and target unit next to the formula itself. This will make it easier to understand and troubleshoot your formula.

• Remember to include the formula's arguments in the right order; the source unit and the target unit must come first in the formula.

**How can the CONVERT formula be commonly mistyped?**

• Misspelling the formula name (CONVER instead of CONVERT)

• Switching the order of the source unit and the target unit arguments

• Forgetting to add any arguments at all

**What are some common ways the CONVERT formula is used inappropriately?**

• Trying to convert between measurements that the function is not designed to do, such as millimeters to inches.

• Leaving out necessary components, such as the source unit; this can cause an error.

• Entering incorrect units, such as writing kilometers instead of metres when using metric units; this will change the output of the formula.

**What are some common pitfalls when using the CONVERT formula?**

• Entering incorrect or inconsistent units; this can result in inaccurate output.

• Forgetting to enter the necessary source and target units; this will cause an error.

• Not including a numerical value in the formula; only a unit can be converted with this formula.

**What are common mistakes when using the CONVERT Formula?**

• Misunderstanding the purpose of the formula; this can lead to errors or incorrect output.

• Trying to convert to an incompatible unit; the CONVERT formula will only convert units that are compatible.

• Including unnecessary arguments; only two arguments are needed for the formula (the source unit and the target unit).

**What are common misconceptions people might have with the CONVERT Formula?**

• Thinking the CONVERT formula can convert any type of data; it can only convert units of measure.

• Believing the formula can convert units between systems, such as imperial to metric; the formula is designed to convert within one system only.

• Not understanding what arguments are needed for the formula; only two arguments are needed (the source unit and the target unit).