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JavaScript (ES6), 78 bytes Takes input as 3 distinct variables (mass, radius, unit). (m,r,u)=>m*m/r/[8987e9,56,6276e6,,4184e5,1e-4,360][parseInt(u,30)%7]/2498e11+u Test cases The following snippe …
answered Nov 27 '17 by Arnauld
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Jelly, 59 bytes I just wanted to try another weird method to convert the units. But the rest of the code is probably badly golfed. ⁵OÆPḄ%9ị[56,4184ȷ5,8987ȷ9,360,0,6276ȷ6,1ȷ-4] ²÷⁴÷2498ȷ11÷¢⁵ Try i …
answered May 13 '18 by Arnauld
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JavaScript (ES6), 456 448 431 420 bytes This code is using only two small lookup tables: one to identify the quarks: 'CUBDScubds' another one to detect the 'anti' prefix of Mesons: 'SdUcBdBs' Eve …
answered May 14 '17 by Arnauld