*think*I've figured out the conversion between the two, but it's been a while since I've done anything physics-related, so could someone more up-to-date check my math below?

Starting in g/kn*s:

There are 1,000,000 grams per megagram (tonne), so the numerator will be multiplied by .000001.

There are 9,806.65 (approximately) kilonewtons per megagram, and 3600 seconds per hour.

Multiplying 9,806.65 by 3600, the denominator will be multiplied by 35,303,940.

The effective conversion is .000001/35,303,940.

Multiplying both numerator and denominator by 1,000,000, the conversion becomes 1/35,303,940,000,000 (3.5039x10^13)

Thus, taking fuel consumption in g/kn*s and dividing it by 3.5039x10^13 gives fuel consumption in Mg/Mg*h

Does this look correct, or have I made an error in breaking this down and doing the conversion step-by-step?