I am looking for confirmation on my interpretation of what should be included within Nemeth switch indicators concerning units of measure.
My understanding is that when a modified number is next to a unabbreviated unit of measure, only the modified number is included in Nemeth. However, when the unabbreviated unit of measure is a part of an equation or expression it would be included within the Nemeth switches. Are my following interpretations correct?
“¼ ounce” Only ¼ is inside the code switch indicators; ounce will have UEB contraction applied.
“1/4 oz” All is included within code switch indicators.
“A=1/4 ounce” All is included within code switch indicators regardless of ounce being abbreviated or not; ounce will be uncontracted.
“A=43,560 square feet” All is included within code switch indicators, all is uncontracted.
“1 acre=43,560 square feet and 1 cup=8 fluid ounces” All is included within code switch indicators with a single-word switch indicator only placed on the word “and”; all will be uncontracted.