Hello. I am trying to calculate specific resistivity which.
I am inputting
ohm * mm^2 / m
The result, however, outputs kg * mm^3 / s^3 * A^2
Is there any way I can get it to output the result units as the input units?
Thanks.
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Highlight/select the units only and type your desired units.
MC will default to the SI standard of which your's is a variation of.
I hope this helps.
Norm
Attach your sheet, or a sheet that shows your problem.
In general Mathcad (and Prime) will return SI units. There's no way for it to know exactly what kind of units to attach to a result. Most people prefer kg, some like lb better for a mass. Torque is generally expressed as N*m but J is essentially the same unit. So there is a way to attach the unit you want in the placeholder behind a result.
Do you use Mathcad, or Prime?
If you attach a Prime sheet, please tell which version you use, because Prime 5 can read all Prime sheets, but NOT save as any lower version.
Success!
Luc
Did not even notice I could attach a file. Thanks.
Also it adds *10^-6, which it does not when i leave out the units.
I use Prime 5.
Highlight/select the units only and type your desired units.
MC will default to the SI standard of which your's is a variation of.
I hope this helps.
Norm
That worked. Thank you very much!