Even though he answered the question, I'd still love to hear anyone else's thoughts on the below
In particular, I won't be using Mathematica for coding- I'll be using it as a glorified calculator for PSETs in classes. I've noticed alot of people use wolframalpha.com the website heavily in classes for crunching calculations with units and solving diffeqs but ultimately it would be nice to be able to work with more than one line. I've noticed also when a new problem is written sometimes and the numbers end up a bit too messy for a TI 83 so the TA's writing the solution may use mathematica or maple to crunch some calculations.
I've also noticed some students turning in typed solutions to PSET's
So being able to express things in ways my classmates can understand like 5 Ohms or 6 meters as opposed to R1=Quantity[,] is helpful
I'm looking for tips on making my Mathematica code to look as much like math done handwritten on paper as possible
Also does anyone know if Dsolve can handle units?
What's our best bet for equation solving with units if you want to make the work look as readable to non coders as possible?