^{77}It is entirely possible to perform all our calculations using inches and/or minutes as the primary units instead of feet
and seconds. The only caveat is that all units throughout all terms of Bernoulli’s equation must be consistent. This means we
would also have to express mass density in units of slugs per cubic inch, the acceleration of gravity in inches per second
squared (or inches per minute squared), and velocity in units of inches per second (or inches per minute). The only real
benefit of doing this is that pressure would remain in the more customary units of pounds per square inch. My personal
preference is to do all calculations using units of feet and seconds, then convert pressures in units of PSF to units of PSI at the
very end.