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Insert a Quantity Unit literal in TraditionalForm
Is there a keyboard shortcut for creating something like the result of this:
Quantity["Kilograms" * ("Meters")^2 / ("Seconds")^2]
After copying the result to a ...
Aug 14 '13 at 12:59
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