|Re: 17b2+ solver and the GCD/LCM formula (Don?)|
Message #23 Posted by Peter A. Gebhardt on 10 Aug 2007, 12:21 p.m.,
in response to message #22 by Vincze
According to Graig Finseth, the 28c DOES NOT have L() & G() commands available in it's solver - only the 27s, 19b, 17b, (the palmtops) 95,100,200LX.
Sorry for you :-((
For the 28c:
Similar to algebraic, except that different keystrokes are used:
<value> stores the value in the variable
<value> '<name>' STO stores the value in the variable
Shift-<name> solves for the variable
'<name>' RCL recalls a value from the variable
'<name>' EVAL recalls a value from the variable and evaluates it
For the "Business Line":
This solver is similar to TVM5, except that it has been generalized to
handle any equation.
<name> stores the value in the variable
STO <name> stores the value in the variable
<name> (2nd in a row), solves for the variable
RCL <name> recalls a value from the variable
The solvers on the 17BII, 19B, 19BII, and -27S also have L(et) and
The solvers on the -17B, 17BII, -18C, 19B, and 19BII do algebraic
simplification: this feature was removed from the -27S in order to
The solver on the 17BII / 19B / 19BII is the best one of the set.
Why it doesn't work on the 17bII is not clear to me. I tried your first equation on an 200LX (my reference, because I don't posess any other "reference" besides a 17bII+) and it works fine. The 200LX solver is being regarded as a perfect clone of the 19bII solver.
Peter A. Gebhardt
Edited: 10 Aug 2007, 12:57 p.m. after one or more responses were posted