Hello,

imagine that I have algebraic input in STACK question in the form** ta:v/N**, where v is variable and N is a number.

When N is integer number, let say 150, the answer **m/150** is accepted. However, when N becomes float number, for example 150.1, the answer **m/150.1** is not accepted. The proper answer is **0.00666222518321119253830779480346*m** instead, and student has to calculate (1/150.1)

I would need real (float) numbers appearing in algebraic expressions in chemical calculus applications. Any help for that ?