Do we get a calculator for these types of problems. I have trouble with sqrt. For example lets say I needed the p^2=.82 then p=?

If I had a calculator for sqrt of .82 it wouldn't be a problem. I don't think I can do sqrts in my head.


I'm trying to remember---I think I tried clicking the "exhibit" button to bring up a calculator during the natural science section, and I pretty sure it was just a periodic table still. But my Hardy Weinberg problem just pertained to the 2pq aspect, so it was easy head work. Pretty sure they'll make the math easy for that section in any case.