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Dear Sirs,

I would like to know what's the correct form for writing composed units including currencies. Some standards define that currency units should allways be prefixes and others define that composed units should be represented grouped in suffixes.
For example, if I have a value of 100 pound (or euro) per kilometer what is the correct form to write it: £ 100/km or 100 £/km?

Thank you for your help.

Kind Regards,

Amílcar Duarte
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Hi,

I would like to know what's the correct form for writing composed units including currencies. Some standards define that currency units should allways be prefixes and others define that composed units should be represented grouped in suffixes.

For example, if I have a value of 100 pound (or euro) per kilometer what is the correct form to write it: £ 100/km or 100 £/km?

With pounds and dollars, the symbol is written before the number, with no space after it. $100/km.

Personally, I'd write it as, for example, $100 per km.

Clive
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virgule (another word for slash), '"/" stands for per.

Therefore

$100/km is correct.