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How do you write in scientific notation ?

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How do you write in scientific notation "the (SI) units of x are..."?
For example, the SI units of time are seconds. Is there any succinct way I can write this? Maybe it's like this:

{time} = s

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seycyrus
How do you write in scientific notation "the (SI) units of x are..."?
For example, the SI units of time are seconds. Is there any succinct way I can write this? Maybe it's like this:

{time} = s

?
I've seen peopel use square brackets to denote "units of"

v [m/s] = d[m] / t
 

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