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Get frequency result in 1/(units of time)

Instead of in 1/minutes, use in minutes^-1: Google recognizes this as a unit and converts to it, unlike 1/minutes. It might take a bit of getting use to, but it gives you the quantity you want.
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How to count cell with upper leter in array?

=ARRAYFORMULA(IF(LEN(A1:A&B1:B&C1:C&D1:D&E1:E), MMULT(IFERROR(LEN(IFERROR(REGEXEXTRACT(A1:E, "[A-Z]+")))/ LEN(IFERROR(REGEXEXTRACT(A1:E, "[A-Z]+"))), 0), TRANSPOSE(...
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How to prevent Google Search Calculator from converting all Units?

You can force it with adding to square feet or =square feet or even shorter: =sq ft or =ft^2
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How to let Google Calculator take degrees for sine/cosine calculation?

I figured out the solution by myself. There is a switch for controlling rad / degrees, on the top left corner of the calculator. Clicking on it will change the mode of an input unit.
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Convert seconds into minutes and seconds with Google calculator

If you're willing to use Bing, you can get it by adding in minutes and seconds to the end of the value. It even preserves fractional seconds. (I'm as surprised as anyone that Bing can do something ...
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What happened to the Google Calculator? Does it still exists?

Short answer As October 28, 2016, it's still exists Exhibit 1 Taken from http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=calculator Troubleshooting From the Google Search Help Center Calculator isn't ...
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