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540: Bailey, K, "Symbols and Units in First-Year Physics", The
 Physics Teacher, vol 37, Jan, 1999, p 38
 C:D:t,U:!!(BY YEAR'S END, STUDENTS WILL HAVE SEEN USE OF 52 SYMBOLS
 [MANY IN GREEK] FOR 35 UNITS HAVING TO DO WITH 60 QUANTITIES, SOME
 ENTITIES WITH MORE THAN ONE SYMBOL, A SYMBOL FOR A QUANTITY HERE
 THAT MAY BE A SYMBOL FOR A UNIT THERE, THEY WILL SEE SUBSCRIPTS,
 AND THEY WILL SEE EMPHASIS IN LETTERS OF WHATEVER LANGUAGE THROUGH
 ITALICS, BOLD PRINT, AND VECTOR ARROWS ABOVE SYMBOLS, ALL USED ON
 PAPER, BLACK OR WHITEBOARDS, AND ELECTRONIIC DISPLAYS VIA MULTIPLE
 AUTHORS EMPLOYING DIFFERING SETS OF SYMBOLS, ALL IN A PHYSICS THAT
 STILL INVOLVES MORE THAN ONE SYSTEM OF UNITS!)

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  The conventions adopted for GDA are meant to accommodate greater
density of information display without use of italics, subscripts,
superscripts, multiple fonts, foreign language symbols, or graphics
while bestowing searchability here or across the entire internet.
  If half of the 52 symbols used for English might later be deemed
ambiguous in shape, there are still many more than ([26]^3) label
possibilities available for up to three symbols in brackets:
[Gye] = Gyromagnetic ratio of the electron, [4Pi] = Four times Pi,
[qD0] = Atomic unit of electric quadrupole moment, [p] = momentum,
[c^2] = Square of speed of light, etc.
  If four letters are used to identify a unit, then with or without
parentheses, brackets, braces, or slash marks these rules can apply
AND be used in conjunction with established standards of expression:
 1. A capitalized first letter means a positive exponent, if the
first letter is not capitalized then the unit has a negative power.
 2. Numerals in the second and third positions of the four letter
unit label denote the numerator and denominator of the fractional
power to which the unit is raised, and lack of a numeral in either
internal position correlates to the presence of numeral one:
 
Ampere : Ampr     Joule: Juul     Newton : Nwtn     Steradian: Strr
Coulomb: Cuul     Katal: Katl     Ohm    : Ohmm     Sievert  : Svrt
Farad  : Frad     Lumen: Lmen     Pascal : Pscl     Tesla    : Tsla
Gray   : Gryy     Lux  : Luxx     Radian : Radn     Volt     : Vltt
Henry  : Hnry     Meter: Metr     Second : Scnd     Watt     : Waat
Hertz  : Hrtz     Mole : Mool     Siemens: Smns     Weber    : Webr
Becquerel: Bcql     Hrtz = scnd     Scnd = hrtz     Kilogram : Kgrm
degrees Centigrade: Degc    Candela = Cnda     degrees Kelvin: Degk

([Farad]^+1) = Frad = F1ad = F11d = Fr1d ; ([Farad]^-1) = frad
([Meter]^2) = M21r = M2tr = MetrMetr ; ([Meter]^-.5) = me2r = m12r
([Meter]^2) = [Volt][Second]/[Tesla] : M2tr=ScndtslaVltt
[Volt]=[Weber]/[Second] : Vltt=scndWebr=Webr/Scnd=1/Scndwebr
[Ampere]=[Weber]/[Henry] : Ampr=Webr/[Henry]=hnry[Weber]=hnryWebr
[Watt]=[Volt][Ampere] : [Watt]=[Ampere]/vltt=Vltt/ampr=AmprVltt
[Siemens]=[Coulomb]/[Weber] : Smns=Cuulwebr=[cuul^-1]/Webr
[Hertz]/[Tesla]=[Coulomb]/[Kilogram] : Hrtztsla=1/ScndTsla=Cuulkgrm
[Hertz] = 1/[Second] = [Siemens]/[Farad] : Hrtz=scnd=fradSmns
[Second] = [Ohm][Farad] : Scnd=FradOhmm : S2nd=F2adO2mm
[Second^2] = [Henry][Farad] : S2nd=FradHnry : Scnd=F12dH12y
[Henry] = [Ohm^2][Farad] : Hnry=FradO2mm : H12y=F12dOhmm
[Henry] = [Ohm][Second] = [Kilogram][Meter^2]/[Coulomb^2] :
  Hnry=OhmmScnd=c2ulKgrmM2tr
[Farad] = [Coulomb^2][Second^2]/([Meter^2][Kilogram]) :
  Frad=C2ulkgrmm2trS2nd : F12d=Cuulk12mmetrScnd
[Weber^2] = [Joule][Henry] = [Kilogram][Meter^2]/[Farad] :
  W2br=HnryJuul=fradKgrmM2tr : Webr=H12yJ12l=f12dK12mMetr
[Coulomb^2]=[Joule][Farad] : C2ul=FradJuul : Cuul=F12dJ12l
[Kilogram]/[Henry] = [Coulomb^2]/[Meter^2] : hnryKgrm=C2ulm2tr

By NIST CODATA 2010 fundamental constants values, as allascii.txt,
seen 17 June, 2013 at http://physics.nist.gov , verify that
the interconsistency of the International System of Units (or SI)
ensures the calculation of any unit in terms of the other units and
the calculation of any quantity in terms of the other quantities:

Mass in [Kilogram] :
 = [Farad][Meter^2][Tesla^2]                           =FradM2trT2la
 = (capacitance) X (length^2) X {(magnetic flux density)^2}
 = (permittivity) X (length^3) X {(magnetic flux density)^2}
as in [Me] = {[4Pi][k]}{[a0]^3}{[B0]^2} = {[a0]^3}{[B0]^2}/[Ke]

 = [Tesla^2][Coulomb^2][Meter^2]/[Joule]           =C2uljuulM2trT2la
 = {(magnetic flux density)^2} X (charge^2) X (length^2) / (energy)
as in [Me] = {[B0]^2}[18P] = {[B0]^2}{[Q0]^2}{[a0]^2}/[He]

 = [Coulomb^2][Henry]/[Meter^2]                        =C2ulHnrym2tr
 = (charge^2) X (inductance) / (length^2)
 = (charge^2) X (permeability) / (length)
as in [Me] = {[Q0]^2}[d]/([4Pi]{[aa]^2}[a0])

 = [Coulomb^2][Second^2]/([Meter^2][Farad])        =C2ulfradm2trS2nd
 = (charge^2) X [{(time) / (length)}^2] / (capacitance)
 = (charge^2) / {(permittivity) X (length) X (velocity^2)}
as in [Me] = {[Q0]^2}/([4Pi][k][a0]{[v0]^2})

 = [Ampere^2][Ohm][Second^3]/[Meter^2]             =A2prOhmmm2trS3nd
 = (current^2) X (resistance) X (time^3) / (length^2)
 = (current^2) X (resistance) / {(frequency) X (velocity^2)}
as in [Me] = {[i0]^2}[RK]/([2af]{[v0]^2}[2Pi])

 = [Coulomb][Second][Tesla]                            =CuulScndTsla
 = (charge) X (magnetic flux density) / (frequency)
as in [Me] = [Q0][B0]/[2af]

 = [Weber^2][Farad]/[Meter^2]                          =FradW2brm2tr
 = {(magnetic flux)^2} X (capacitance) / (length^2)
 = {(magnetic flux)^2} X (permittivity) / (length)
as in [Me] = {[w0]^2}/({[Pi]^2}[Ke][a0])

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An asterisk on the far right of an entry below denotes the presence
of a factor of rotation or geometry that may be improper to treat as
merely numerical on all scales in a curved universe.
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For a term of form: [MASS^x][LENGTH^y][TIME^z]{([Meter]/[Farad])^s}:
          ENTRY        has dimensions:            x    y    z    s
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AUN = Atomic unit of                              .    .    .    .
[2Pi]=2 times [Pi]                                0    0    0    0*
[2af]=[2Pi][f0] = AUN frequency            scnd   0    0   -1    0*
[4Pi]=4 times [Pi]                                0    0    0    0*
[18P]=AUN Electric Polarizability  C2uljuulM2tr   0    3    0   -1
[19H]=AUN 1st Hyperpolarizability  C3ulj2ulM3tr -1/2  3/2   1  -3/2
[20H]=AUN 2nd Hyperpolarizability  C4ulj3ulM4tr  -1    4    2   -2
[23M]=AUN magnetizability              Juult2la   0    5   -2   -1
[29H]=[H0][[4Pi]{[aa]^2}               Amprmetr  1/2  1/2  -2  -1/2*
[43P]=(4 times [Pi])/3                            0    0    0    0*
[a ]= Acceleration                     Metrs2nd   0    1   -2    0
[a0]= AUN length = Bohr atom radius        Metr   0    1    0    0
[A ]= Area                                 M2tr   0    2    0    0
[A0]= AUN area = [4Pi]([a0]^2)             M2tr   0    2    0    0*
[aa]= Fine structure constant                     0    0    0    0
[aBH]=[FBH]/[PM]                       Metrs2nd   0    1   -2    0
[aD]= Absorbed dose               Gryy=Juulkgrm   0    2   -2    0
[ae]= [Fe]/[Me]                        Metrs2nd   0    1   -2    0
[amu]=Atomic mass unit  = [10^-26.7797510 Kgrm]   1    0    0    0
[An]= Avagadro constant        molecules/[Mool]   0    0    0    0
[aR]= Absorbed dose rate               Gryyscnd   0    2   -3    0
[b ]= Mass frequency                   Kgrmscnd   1    0   -1    0
[B ]= Magnetic flux density       Tsla=m2trWebr  1/2 -3/2   0   1/2*
[B0]= AUN Magnetic flux density            Tsla  1/2 -3/2   0   1/2*
[BHR]=[G]/[c^2]                        kgrmMetr  -1    1    0    0
[Bk]= Boltzmann constant               degkJuul   1    2   -2    0
[Bm]= Bohr Magneton                    AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[c ]= Speed of light in vacuum         Metrscnd   0    1   -1    0
[c^2]= [c] times [c]                   M2trs2nd   0    2   -2    0
[C ]= Capacitance                 Frad=Cuulvltt   0    1    0   -1
[Cm]= Compressibility = ([V]/[Pr])/[V]     pscl  -1    1    2    0
[Cn]= Conductance                     Smns=ohmm   0    1   -1   -1
[cQ]= Circulation quantum              M2trscnd   0    2   -1    0*
[Ct]= Conductivity                     metrSmns   0    0   -1   -1
[Cw]= Compton wavelength                   Metr   0    1    0    0
[d ]= Magnetic constant, permeability  Hnrymetr   0   -2    2    1*
[D ]= Mass density                     Kgrmm3tr   1   -3    0    0
[De]= Dose equivalent             Svrt=Juulkgrm   0    2   -2    0
[Dp]= [Mp]/([4/3][Pi]{[Rp]^3})         Kgrmm3tr   1   -3    0    0
[DQ]= [Me]/([4/3][Pi]{[Re]^3})         Kgrmm3tr   1   -3    0    0
[e ]= Energy, work, heat          Juul=MetrNwtn   1    2   -2    0
[E ]= Electric field strength          metrVltt  1/2 -1/2  -1   1/2
[E0]= AUN electric field strength      metrVltt  1/2 -1/2  -1   1/2
[eD]= Energy density                   Juulm3tr   1   -1   -2    0
[Ed]= Electric flux density            Cuulm2tr  1/2 -1/2  -1  -1/2
[Ef]= Electric flux                        Cuul  1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2
[Eg]= Electric field gradient          m2trVltt  1/2 -3/2  -1   1/2
[Eg0]=AUN electric field gradient      m2trVltt  1/2 -3/2  -1   1/2
[Ep]= Electric polarization            metrVltt  1/2 -1/2  -1   1/2
[eS]= Specific energy                  Juulkgrm   0    2   -2    0
[eV]= Electron-volt     = [10^-18.7952897 Juul]   1    2   -2    0
[Ex]= Radiation exposure               Cuulkgrm -1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2
[f ]= Frequency                       Hrtz=scnd   0    0   -1    0
[f0]= Bohr electron orbital frequency      Hrtz   0    0   -1    0
[F ]= Force                                Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[FBH]=[G]{[PM]^2}/{[PL]^2} = [c^4]/[G]     Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[Fe]= [Ke]([Q0]^2)/([a0]^2)                Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[Fg]= [G][Me][Mp]/([a0]^2)                 Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[Fge]=[G]([Me]^2)/([a0]^2)                 Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[Fgp]=[G]([Mp]^2)/([a0]^2)                 Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[FPC]=[d]{[PC]^2}                          Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[FPQ]=[Ke]{[PQ]^2}/{[PL]^2}                Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[FPX]=[Ke]{[PX]^2}/{[PL]^2}                Nwtn   1    1   -2    0
[g ]= Earth acceleration of gravity    kgrmNwtn   0    1   -2    0
[G ]= Gravitational constant       k2rmM2trNwtn  -1    3   -2    0
[G0]= Conductance quantum             Smns=ohmm   0    1   -1   -1
[Gev]= [10^9 eV]         = [10^-9.7952897 Juul]   1    2   -2    0
[Gy]= Gyromagnetic ratio           AmprkgrmScnd -1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2*
[Gye]=Gyromagnetic ratio of electron   Cuulkgrm -1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2*
[Gyn]=Gyromagnetic ratio of neutron    Cuulkgrm -1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2*
[Gyp]=Gyromagnetic ratio of proton     scndtsla -1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2*
[h ]= Planck constant                  JuulScnd   1    2   -1    0
[H ]= Magnetic field strength          Amprmetr  1/2  1/2  -2  -1/2*
[H0]= AUN magnetic field strength      Amprmetr  1/2  1/2  -2  -1/2*
[hB]= AUN action = [h]/[2Pi]           JuulScnd   1    2   -1    0
[He]= AUN energy                           Juul   1    2   -2    0
[Hu]= Hubble constant                      Hrtz   0    0   -1    0
[i ]= Current                     Ampr=Cuulscnd  1/2  3/2  -2  -1/2
[i0]= AUN current                          Ampr  1/2  3/2  -2  -1/2
[I ]= Inductance                  Hnry=amprWebr   0   -1    2    1*
[Im]= Impulse                      KgrmMetrscnd   1    1   -1    0
[Ir]= Irradiance                       m2trWaat   1    0   -3    0
[j ]= Current density                  Amprm2tr  1/2 -1/2  -2  -1/2
[Jf]= Josephson constant          Hrtzvltt=webr -1/2 -1/2   0  -1/2*
[k ]= Electric constant, permittivity  Fradmetr   0    0    0   -1*
[Ke]= 1/(4[Pi][k])                     fradMetr   0    0    0    1*
[Kev]= [10^3 eV]        = [10^-15.7952897 Juul]   1    2   -2    0
[Kv]= Kinematic viscosity              M2trscnd   0    2   -1    0
[L ]= Length                               Metr   0    1    0    0
[Lcn]=Loschmidt constant                   m3tr   0   -3    0    0
[m ]= Magnetization                    Amprmetr  1/2  1/2  -2  -1/2*
[M ]= Mass                                 Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[Ma]= Mass of alpha particle               Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[Md]= Mass of deuteron                     Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[Me]= AUN mass = Mass of electron          Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[Mev]= [10^6 eV]        = [10^-12.7952897 Juul]   1    2   -2    0
[Mh]= Mass of helion                       Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[mI]= Moment of inertia                KgrmM2tr   1    2    0    0
[Mm]= Mass of muon                         Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[mma]=Electron magnetic moment anomaly            0    0    0    0
[Mn]= Mass of neutron                      Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[Mp]= Mass of proton                       Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[Mt]= Mass of tau particle                 Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[Mtt]=Mass of triton                       Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[N ]= Wave number                          metr   0   -1    0    0
[Nm]= Nuclear magneton                 Juultsla  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[O ]= Origin                                      0    0    0    0
[p ]= Momentum                     KgrmMetrscnd   1    1   -1    0
[p0]= AUN Momentum                 KgrmMetrscnd   1    1   -1    0
[PA]= [4Pi]([PL]^2)                        M2tr   0    2    0    0*
[PB]= {[PM]/([k]{[PL]^3})}^.5              Tsla  1/2 -3/2   0   1/2*
[PC]= Planck current                       Ampr  1/2  3/2  -2  -1/2
[PE]= Planck energy                        Juul   1    2   -2    0
[Pf]= Planck frequency                     scnd   0    0   -1    0
[phi]=Natural proportion constant                 0    0    0    0
[Pi]= Circle circumference to diameter ratio      0    0    0    0*
[PK]= Planck temperature                   Degk   0    0    0    0
[PL]= Planck length                        Metr   0    1    0    0
[PM]= Planck mass                          Kgrm   1    0    0    0
[Pp]= Planck momentum              KgrmMetrscnd   1    1   -1    0
[PPw]=Planck power                         Waat   1    2   -3    0
[PQ]= Planck charge = ([hB][c][k])^.5      Cuul  1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2
[Pr]= Pressure, stress            Pscl=m2trNwtn   1   -1   -2    0
[PRL]=[2Pi][PL]                            Metr   0    1    0    0*
[PT]= Planck time                          Scnd   0    0    1    0
[Pu0]=[PC]{[PL]^2} =Planck mag moment  AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[PV]= ([4Pi]/3)([PL]^3)                    M3tr   0    3    0    0*
[Pw]= Power                       Waat=Juulscnd   1    2   -3    0
[Pw0]=AUN power                   Waat=Juulscnd   1    2   -3    0
[PX]= ([hB][c][4Pi][k])^.5                 Cuul  1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2
[q ]= Electric dipole moment           CuulMetr  1/2  5/2  -1  -1/2
[q0]= AUN electric dipole moment       CuulMetr  1/2  5/2  -1  -1/2
[Q ]= Charge                      Cuul=AmprScnd  1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2
[Q0]= AUN charge = Electron charge         Cuul  1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2
[qD]= Electric quadrapole moment       CuulM2tr  1/2  7/2  -1  -1/2
[qD0]=AUN electric quadrapole moment   CuulM2tr  1/2  7/2  -1  -1/2
[QD]= Charge density                   Cuulm3tr  1/2 -3/2  -1  -1/2
[QD0]=AUN charge density               Cuulm3tr  1/2 -3/2  -1  -1/2
[Q/M]=Specfic Charge                   Cuulkgrm -1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2
[QeM]=[Q0]/[Me]                        Cuulkgrm -1/2  3/2  -1  -1/2
[r ]= Resistivity                      MetrOhmm   0    0    1    1
[R ]= Resistance                  Ohmm=amprVltt   0   -1    1    1
[Ra]= Radionuclide activity           Bqrl=scnd   0    0   -1    0
[Rc]= Rydberg constant                     metr   0   -1    0    0
[Re]= Classical electron radius            Metr   0    1    0    0
[Rgc]=Molar gas constant           degkJuulmool   1    2   -2    0
[RK]= von Klitzing constant                Ohmm   0   -1    1    1
[Rn]= Neutron Compton wavelength           Metr   0    1    0    0
[Rp]= Proton Compton wavelength            Metr   0    1    0    0
[S ]= Poynting vector                  m2trWaat   1    0   -3    0
[St]= Surface tension                  Juulm2tr   1    0   -2    0
[T ]= Time                                 Scnd   0    0    1    0
[Tc]= Thompson cross section               M2tr   0    2    0    0*
[Tev]= [10^12 eV]       = [10^-18.7952897 Juul]   1    2   -2    0
[Tp]= Proton characteristic time           Scnd   0    0    1    0
[Tr]= Torque                           MetrNwtn   1    2   -2    0*
[u ]= Magnetic dipole moment           AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[u0]= AUN magnetic dipole moment       AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[ud]= Deuteron magnetic moment         AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[ue]= Electron magnetic moment         AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[um]= Muon magnetic moment             AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[un]= Neutron magnetic moment          AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[up]= Proton magnetic moment           AmprM2tr  1/2  7/2  -2  -1/2*
[v ]= Velocity                         Metrscnd   0    1   -1    0
[v0]= AUN velocity                     Metrscnd   0    1   -1    0
[V ]= Volume                               M3tr   0    3    0    0
[V0]= ([4Pi]/3)([a0]^3)                    M3tr   0    3    0    0*
[Vi]= Dynamic viscosity            m2trNwtnScnd   1   -1   -1    0
[Vmi]=Ideal gas molar volume           M3trmool   0    3    0    0*
[vT]= Voltage                     Vltt=Cuulfrad  1/2  1/2  -1   1/2
[vT0]=AUN voltage                 Vltt=amprWaat  1/2  1/2  -1   1/2
[V]/[M]=Specific volume                kgrmM3tr  -1    3    0    0*
[w ]= Magnetic flux               Webr=ScndVltt  1/2  1/2   0   1/2*
[w0]= Magnetic flux quantum                Webr  1/2  1/2   0   1/2*
[Y ]= Angular momentum             KgrmM2trscnd   1    2   -1    0*
[z ]= Impedance                            Ohmm   0   -1    1    1
[z0]= Intrinsic impedance of vacuum        Ohmm   0   -1    1    1
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 Rounded off to 7 decimal places and accurate to within .0000002 ,
 using the CODATA 2010 values of the fundamental constants as seen
 17 June, 2013 at http://physics.nist.gov/constants in allascii.txt
 to correctly project Newtonian gravitational constant and Planck
 units values, here is the numerical value as a power of ten for :

[2]  + 0.3010300 [d ] - 5.9007901 [Lcn]+25.4292322 [PV]-103.7506794
[3]  + 0.4771213 [E0] +11.7111495 [Ma] -26.1775275 [Pw0]- 0.7441541
[4]  + 0.6020600 [Eg0]+21.9875484 [Md] -26.4757878 [PX] -17.7268723
[Pi] + 0.4971499 [f0] +15.8182050 [Me] -30.0405111 [q0] -29.0716885
[2Pi]+ 0.7981799 [FBH]+44.0817422 [Mh] -26.3004734 [Q0] -18.7952896
[4Pi]+ 1.0992099 [Fe] - 7.0841401 [Mm] -27.7250271 [qD0]-39.3480874
[18P]-40.7828380 [Fg] -46.4387750 [mma]- 2.9356722 [QD0]+12.0339070
[19P]-52.4939875 [Fge]-49.7026838 [Mn] -26.7760040 [QeM]+11.2452215
[20H]-64.2051370 [Fgp]-43.1748662 [Mp] -26.7766023 [Rc] + 7.0403543
[23M]-28.1028659 [FPC]+44.0817422 [Mt] -26.4992464 [Re] -14.5500682
[29H]+ 8.0974941 [FPQ]+42.9825322 [Mtt]-26.3003915 [Rgc]+ 0.9198342
[2af]+16.6163849 [FPX]+44.0817422 [Nm] -26.2966413 [RK] + 4.4118352
[a0] -10.2763989 [G ] -10.1744595 [p0] -23.7005250 [Rn] -14.8795607
[A0] -19.4535879 [G0] - 4.1108052 [PA] -68.4826355 [Rp] -14.8789625
[aa] - 2.1368347 [Gye]+11.2457248 [PB] +53.8813988 [Tc] -28.1770178
[aBH]+51.7445641 [Gyn]+ 8.2630373 [PC] +24.9912662 [Tp] -23.3557831
[ae] +22.9563709 [Gyp]+ 8.4273598 [PE] + 9.2908195 [u0] -22.7317025
[An] +23.7797510 [h ] -33.1787440 [Pf] +43.2677434 [ue] -23.0322291
[B0] + 5.3711635 [H0] +11.2719536 [phi]+ 0.2089876 [um] -25.3477103
[BHR]-27.1281008 [hB] -33.9769239 [PK] +32.1507363 [un] -26.0149166
[Bk] -22.8599168 [He] -17.3605390 [PL] -34.7909227 [up] -25.8505941
[Bm] -23.0327325 [Hu] -17.6028630 [PM] - 7.6628219 [v0] + 6.3399860
[c ] + 8.4768207 [i0] - 2.1789047 [Pp] + 0.8139988 [V0] -30.2071080
[c^2]+16.9536414 [Jf] +14.6844844 [PPw]+52.5585629 [vT0]+ 1.4347506
[cQ] - 3.4392630 [k ] -11.0528513 [PQ] -18.2764773 [w0] -14.6844844
[Cw] -11.6150537 [Ke] + 9.9536414 [Pu0]-44.5905793 [z0] + 2.5760306
[Me]/[Mp] = [Nm]/[Bm] = [Rp]/[Cw] = [aa][Rp]/{[Re][2Pi]} -3.2639088
[PX][PF] -25.5408711  [4Pi][aa] -1.0376248  [4Pi]{[aa]^2} -3.1744595
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