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Unit of value calculated by using integral

I have a really simple question that is driving me crazy! I have a program which can log power and the result is a log file which contains two arrays, one with time values that show when a power value ...
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Physics/Math conversion

I'm having difficulties solving this conversion. I know what to do at first but the way to set this up is a bit confusing:
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Conversion Question

A heavy rain fell on a city for 26 minutes, at a rate of 3.9mm/hr. If the area of the city is 244km^2, how many gallons of water fell on the city that day?
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Distance/measurement question! Help!

There is a question in a book that I am trying to solve. "A man usually rides his bike 1 kilometers per hour, yet the wind slows him to 6.76 kilometers for 26 minutes and 5.55 kilometers for 10. How ...
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Is there a common notation for a group formed by appending a unit (eg. seconds) to some group?

Assume $(G,+)$ is an (abelian) group. And we have some unit $u$ (not the unit from ring theory, but some measurement unit like meters, seconds, etc.). Then with $G_u = \{k\ u \mid k \in G\}$ and ...
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Unit rules and style convention for division

I'm trying to figure out the preferred way to write unit expressions and division is causing me some confusion. I'm aware of the negative exponent notation, but here I'm looking for a solution using ...
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How to lay out the conversion of £ $(13 + v^{2}/52)$ per hour to £ per mile

"29. The total running cost of a ship per hour is £ (13 + $v^{2}$/52) where $v$ knots is the speed. if £ $C$ is the cost per nautical mile, write down an equation expressing $C$ in terms of $v$..." ...