The Museum of HP Calculators
HP Forum Archive 15
[ Return to Index | Top of Index ]
Message #1 Posted by Jey on 11 Aug 2005, 4:27 a.m.
Im new in this forum so i would like to post(hopefull not stupid) quieston. Is there a possibility of tiping in the "Pi" as a function, as we do so with Sigma ? i mean if there is a sigma u can type it in the Calculator as E(C=1,5,X^2)
is there a way to do so with multiplications using the TT (Pi) symbol ?
Message #2 Posted by Marcus von Cube, Germany on 12 Aug 2005, 3:28 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Jey
If you don't find it, you can use logarithms and exponentials to do the same:
PROD xk=eSUM ln xk
Return to Index | Top of Index ]
Go back to the main exhibit hall