Python library for computing with numbers with units
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Magnitude is a library for computing with numbers with units:
>>> print "10 m/s ** 2 ->", mg(10, 'm/s') ** 2 10 m/s ** 2 -> 100.0000 m2 / s2 >>> print (mg(10, 'm') * 2 / (10, 'm/s2')).sqrt() 1.4142 s >>> tsq = mg(10, 'm') * 2 / (10, 'm/s2') >>> print tsq ** 0.5 1.4142 s >>> print mg(1, "lightyear") / mg(1, "c") >>> 31557600.0000 s >>> y = mg(1, "lightyear") / (1, "c") >>> y.ounit("year") <magnitude.magnitude instance at 0x81440> >>> print y 1.0000 year >>> yd = y.ounit('day') >>> print yd 365.2500 day >>> output_precision(0) 0 >>> print yd 365 day
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