07-14-2021, 01:08 AM

I am puzzled by:

In home mode , evaluating SIN(45) gives three answers when cycling it

with the <a b/c> key: the irrational fraction, a decimal approximation,

and a fractional approximation.

In cas mode, evaluating sin(45) gives the irrational fraction at first.

Cycling the <a /bc> key alternates between the decimal approximation

and the fractional approximation.

I would have thought in cas mode then <a b/c> key would also show

the irrational fraction as well.

Any feed back would be appreciated.

Thanks.

In home mode , evaluating SIN(45) gives three answers when cycling it

with the <a b/c> key: the irrational fraction, a decimal approximation,

and a fractional approximation.

In cas mode, evaluating sin(45) gives the irrational fraction at first.

Cycling the <a /bc> key alternates between the decimal approximation

and the fractional approximation.

I would have thought in cas mode then <a b/c> key would also show

the irrational fraction as well.

Any feed back would be appreciated.

Thanks.