but the output of the UnitConvert function displays (more or less) as:
484 ----- km/s 19685
Of course, make the input approximate real, or apply N to the result to obtain a decimal answer.
On Dec 18, 2012, at 2:39 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> I continue to receive "Unable to interpret unit specification m/s" (for example, but almost anything I attempt returns this message) with input: > UnitConvert[55 mi/h,"m/s"] or UnitConvert[55 mi/h,m/s] or any other combination of quotes, omitted quotes, etc. Even the prediction/suggestion box, when I execute Quantity[55,"mi/hour"}, after it returns 55 mi/h, if I type in any combination of m/s, "m"/"s", "m/s", etc. into the box that opens when I select "Convert" in the prediction box yields the same "unable to interpret unit specification. > > What the heck????
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