Is there a way to display the unit conversion factors within the Mathcad equation without Mathcad calculating the conversion twice? I use Mathcad pretty extensively and many times I need to present calculations via a teleconference and I always get questions on the units and equations don't appear right. I know Mathcad calculates them in the background and I always state that but is there a way to display them just so the equation looks correct? For instance in the Formula, Torque based on Inertia and Time: Dynamic Torque=((Wk^2-inertia)(RPM))/((308)(time)) with 308 being the unit conversion factor.
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