tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post1021077123366287348..comments2019-07-17T12:40:25.929-07:00Comments on Eddie's Math and Calculator Blog: HP Prime: CAS Commands in Home ModeEdward Shorehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13278913865743064653noreply@blogger.comBlogger13125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-57518170105006608202019-03-21T03:15:47.787-07:002019-03-21T03:15:47.787-07:00Likewise in the online study hall, understudies ca...Likewise in the online study hall, understudies can concentrate on learning math legitimately, since they don't need to stress over staying aware of their schoolmates or the instructor going excessively quick. <a href="https://www.mathscroll.com/" rel="nofollow">math</a>Maxinehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01618128254174522484noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-51246004695317831942019-02-18T22:50:13.704-08:002019-02-18T22:50:13.704-08:00I think this is one of the most significant inform...I think this is one of the most significant information for me.And i’m glad reading your article.But should remark on some general things, the web site style is perfect,the articles is really great : D. Good job…<br /><a href="http://www.iwin89.com/" rel="nofollow">IWIN89</a>johnypoipethttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14943272718101277138noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-90479345406668960922017-04-18T10:00:28.177-07:002017-04-18T10:00:28.177-07:00Thanks! Turns out i didn't figure out that i h...Thanks! Turns out i didn't figure out that i had to put the 1 in the parentheses.. But when i use CAS commands in HOME view I have to remove "CAS." from the command to avoid error, any idea why?Tarjei Dale Helleberghttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02416490748235960017noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-37569147406322395672017-04-05T18:30:54.629-07:002017-04-05T18:30:54.629-07:00With X as a variable: Find the root of 2*X-3
En...With X as a variable: Find the root of 2*X-3<br /><br />Enter '2*X-3':<br />[Shift] [ ( ) ] (''), 2 [ * ] [Alpha] [ * ] (X)[ - ] 3 [Enter]<br /><br />Call up zeros: CAS.zeros(1)<br />[Toolbox (2nd key from left on the top row of white keys)], 3 for Solve, 2 for zeros, type 1, [Enter]<br /><br />Result: [ 1.5 ]<br /><br />It's pretty much the same situation for variables other than 0 except the variable has to be specified. Example: Find the root of N^2-4.<br /><br />Typing 'N^2-4':<br />[Shift] [ () ] (''), [Alpha] [ () ] (N), [x^2], [ - ], 4 , [Enter]<br /><br />Typing 'N' (specify the variable to solve)<br />[Shift] [ () ] (''), [Alpha] [ () ] (N), [Enter]<br /><br />Calling up Zeros. This type we want 2 arguments: CAS.zeros(2)<br />[Toolbox (2nd key from left on the top row of white keys)], 3 for Solve, 2 for zeros, type 2, [Enter]<br /><br />Result: [ 2, -2 ]<br /><br />Hope that helps,<br /><br />EddieEdward Shorehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13278913865743064653noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-58124747718156413522017-04-05T11:05:26.767-07:002017-04-05T11:05:26.767-07:00Hi!
I just went from 50g to prime and i struggle a...Hi!<br />I just went from 50g to prime and i struggle a little with pretty simple things :)<br />Could you please post an example on how to solve for zeros in Home with all keystrokes included? I have mine set to RPN modeTarjei Dale Helleberghttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02416490748235960017noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-56697969273158707762014-12-15T06:30:13.110-08:002014-12-15T06:30:13.110-08:00Sorry for getting back to you so late.
On the F...Sorry for getting back to you so late. <br /><br />On the Function App, Symb View, what you want is to use the Derivative template. The Derivative Template on the top row, 4th column on the template touch menu.<br /><br />Set up: F1(X) = (d f(T))/(d T = X)<br /><br />d is the derivative symbol<br />T is a dummy variable<br /><br />Example: (d T^3)/(d T = X)<br /><br />Video on calculating derivatives on the HP Prime (general): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXwLiPlKO2M&list=UU25vsJdvgf_doIgE8-Lu7Xw<br /><br />Hope this helps, again, apologizes for being super late. :(<br /><br />Eddie<br />Edward Shorehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13278913865743064653noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-63064609936177024022014-11-19T17:45:22.531-08:002014-11-19T17:45:22.531-08:00Thanks Eddie for your insight. I was playing aroun...Thanks Eddie for your insight. I was playing around with my new HP Prime and thought I would tackle something benign like Newton's method. I'm just not getting the syntax to call CAS.diff on my function defined as F1(x) in the Function Symbolic View for each of the iterations. I've tried "f := CAS.diff('F1','X');" but to no avail. Do you have ideas on this?Daryl Whitehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17782699600215539867noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-38127686725136345862014-04-19T09:33:44.497-07:002014-04-19T09:33:44.497-07:00Thanks James!
EddieThanks James!<br /><br />EddieEdward Shorehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13278913865743064653noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-8049427337869671062014-04-18T14:08:29.961-07:002014-04-18T14:08:29.961-07:00Thank for you. That worked beautifully. I might ad...Thank for you. That worked beautifully. I might add that "Complex" needs to be unchecked to get the result you show. I'm a new owner going through painful acclimation. Love your blog. JFS.James Satherhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05245737285239435532noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-68546475483999343282014-04-17T20:51:43.338-07:002014-04-17T20:51:43.338-07:00Try CAS.diff('COS(X)*SIN(X)','X') ...Try CAS.diff('COS(X)*SIN(X)','X') Hopefully that will work with Ver. 5447. <br /><br />Since this blog entry was done with an earlier software version, I may be looking at updating this entry. Thanks,<br /><br />EddieEdward Shorehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13278913865743064653noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-79958306243798392182014-04-17T12:49:28.285-07:002014-04-17T12:49:28.285-07:00Help: As advised, in home mode I enter CAS.diff(&#...Help: As advised, in home mode I enter CAS.diff('COS(X)*SIN(X)') but the calculator returns "0" instead of the differentiated function. This is typical of my results. My version info is 2013 11 25 (5447), CAS version 1.1.0-27James Satherhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05245737285239435532noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-24425573117544744202014-01-01T12:44:16.096-08:002014-01-01T12:44:16.096-08:00I wish the RPN mode wasn't so limited in CAS a...I wish the RPN mode wasn't so limited in CAS abilities.<br />Edward Shorehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13278913865743064653noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9169922911599301079.post-77258340517836351152013-12-18T07:23:15.553-08:002013-12-18T07:23:15.553-08:00Thank you Eddie for showing how to prepare and exe...Thank you Eddie for showing how to prepare and execute some CAS commands in the Home mode.<br /><br />However, after keying in most of these on the calculator, it felt slow and error prone versus just using CAS mode. <br /><br />RPN (where CAS supported) seemed almost as quick as CAS mode.carl haegerhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06393367975955907307noreply@blogger.com