I need to find the ratio of two real numbers which have units attached to them (“1.0z specifies a foobar”). The numbers seem to work fine on their own. But if I divide them, the result is nonsensical. For example, 10.0z divided by 40.0z gives 1.04857 × 10^9 as the result. Is there a way to make this work sensibly? Or at least a way to cast these values to unitless real numbers to divide?
A testval is a kind of value. 1.0z specifies a testval. The Lab is a room. When play begins: let x be 10.0z; let y be 40.0z; let q be x divided by y; let r be a real number; let r be x divided by y; say "X = [x] Y = [y] Q = [q] R = [r]".