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Should 0 * 5ft be 0 or 0ft?
After playing with the new quantity system in Mathematica 9 for a while, I keep stumbling over this issue:
0 * Quantity[1, "Meters"]
is not the same as ...
Nov 29 '12 at 13:27
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