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Scientific measurements

Mon Feb 27, 2012 1:45 am

When I took Math for Electronics and ANY other science, any answer / answers without unit measurement were considered
all wrong, no half credit intended.
What is 50, $50, 50 volts, 50 days, 50ml etc. Really, I find the first page of your answers confusing me beyond all uses.
Rodney B. Rutherford MPSE

Re: Scientific measurements

Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:49 pm

fsrbr wrote:When I took Math for Electronics and ANY other science, any answer / answers without unit measurement were considered
all wrong, no half credit intended.
What is 50, $50, 50 volts, 50 days, 50ml etc. Really, I find the first page of your answers confusing me beyond all uses.
Rodney B. Rutherford MPSE


I don't quite understand you point. All our conversion pages provide conversions between various unit measurements. There are no answers without measurements there.