if i have something like g/kg*year, can that be re written as g/kg/year?
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Last edited by 1005; July 14th 2010 at 05:09 PM.
Originally Posted by MottoV2 if i have something like g/kg*year, can that be re written as g/kg/year? NO.
You need parentheses! Just "g/kg*year" could be interpreted as (g/kg)year or as g/(kg*year). Similarly, "g/kg/year" could be either (g/kg)/year or as g/(kg/year). (g/kg)year is the same as (g*year)/kg while g/(kg*year) is the same as (g/kg)/year.
Plus remember that g/(kg) = 1/k
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