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Using units in the HP Prime Solver ambient - andrelclucato - 04-06-2021 10:56 PM
Hi, folks. I'm new here, coming here to learn about an issue with my HP Prime. I had a HP 48S, then a 48GX. Now I've just bought a HP Prime. However, with the 48, at the solver ambient, i used to use the equations with or without units. More than that, with any unit as desired, since compatible with the equation. The aplication solves the conversions in the backgound, tranparently. Ex: in the equation V=S/t, inside the solver ambient, entering S in 'm', t in 'h', I could get 'S' in 'm/s', 'mph', 'kph', or 'ly/y', just putting 1_<unit> and asking for solver. I'dnt figured out how to do this in HP Prime. Is that possible? RE: Using units in the HP Prime Solver ambient - roadrunner - 04-07-2021 12:18 AM
I don't think the solver app supports units. It's also strange that when I type: solve([v = s/t,s = (10_(ft)),t = (12_(s))],[v,s,t]) into the cas command line the calculator says units are not supported, but gives: {[(5/6)_(ft*s^(-1)),10_(ft),12_(s)]} correctly as an answer. -road RE: Using units in the HP Prime Solver ambient - andrelclucato - 04-08-2021 09:20 PM
(04-07-2021 12:18 AM)roadrunner Wrote: I don't think the solver app supports units. It's also strange that when I type: That way to handle with units it's not so practical as at HP 48 or 50g. Sad for the loss of functionality. |