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Input Box and Displaying Radicals
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Hello,
I am creating a file where students need to enter in a value like 7*sqrt(2). However, I would like it to display in the text box as the exact value with the integer 7 in front radical 2. Currently, it turns it into a rounded decimal.
Is there a way to make sure it doesn't change it's form in the box and go to a rounded decimal?
Thank you,
RM
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perhaps:
Guess no. Maybe as a workaround you could add a dynamic text at the end of the input box, showing the exact entered value.
If a is the entered value, create a dynamic text like SurdText(a)
in testo1, of alfabeta2, write Surdtext(N) in the box of last object
Thank you for the suggestions (I'd forgotten about SurdText() as a possible work around). I will have to take a look this weekend and see what I come up with.
RM
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