> with siunitx LaTeX package its possible to obtain physics units like m/s
> printed in different way changing one option:
> e.g.
> \si{\metre\per\second} produce ms^{-1}
\unit{10 meter inverse second}

> \si[per-mode=symbol]{\metre\per\second} produce m/s
\unit{10 meter per second}

> \si[per-mode=fraction]{\metre\per\second} produce \frac{m}{s}
I think it is not possible with \unit{}

All the best.

Romain Diss
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