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September 9, 2009

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devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1252540766 ) Play

Initially, X was defined like this

X = stringReverse( Ohm3 )

Later, they changed X to

X = 240px-Ernst_Werner_von_Siemens = 1 /( Ohm3)

What is X?

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Answer:

SI Unit for Conductance.

First it was Mho, named after Ohm. Later they changed it to Siemens.

Conductance in Siemens = 1/ Resistance = 1 / Ohms

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