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
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 :((
Quote: For the 28c:
RPL28:
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":
Quote:
Algebraic:
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
G(et) functions.
The solvers on the 17B, 17BII, 18C, 19B, and 19BII do algebraic
simplification: this feature was removed from the 27S in order to
save space.
The solver on the 17BII / 19B / 19BII is the best one of the set.
http://www.finseth.com/hpdata/solvers.html
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.
Best regards
Peter A. Gebhardt
Edited: 10 Aug 2007, 12:57 p.m. after one or more responses were posted
