This is a fairly broad question that will apply to lots of programs but I need to know if anyone has an effective way to handle radicals. Obviously, there is no "radical" mode like there is a fraction mode but thats kind of what I'm going for. In my math class right now we are working with the unit circle doing things like the cosine of 30 degrees is √(3)/2. That of course is a very simple example but none the less answers to these problems might come out to something like that. No matter how much faster the calculator does the problem an answer of .8660254038 isn't going to fly on a test.
Prompt A,B,C Disp 2(A/C)(B/C)->FRAC
In a 3, 4, 5 triangle this will return 24/25. But say you have a 5,√(11), 36 triangle. It will return .9212 which is the equivalent to 5√(11)/18. Any effective ways to get that instead of the decimal?
Sorry for the bad explanation…