Re: SandMath Manual  at last! Message #17 Posted by Gerson W. Barbosa on 4 Nov 2012, 7:48 a.m., in response to message #1 by Ángel Martin
Amazing, both the manual and the SandMath functions! Is it possible to have a physical module?
Here is my test of one of the functions:
01 LBL'S
02 2
03 X<>Y
04 Y^X
05 LASTX
06 CHS
07 .5
08 ENTER^
09 SigmaFL# ; SigmaFL$ "LERCH"
10 21 ;
11 *
12 END
0 XEQ 'S > 2.000000000
1 R/S > 5.999999994
2 R/S > 33.99999999
8 R/S > 395226754.0
4 R/S > 3394.000000
5 R/S > 48966.00010
6 R/S > 847713.9981
7 R/S > 17121893.94
3 R/S > 294.0000000
This evaluates the infinite sum
SUM(k=0,oo,(2*k+1)^n/2^k), where n is a positive integer.
The actual results are integer numbers, but these are quite acceptable.
Best regards,
Gerson.
_{Edited to fix a typo, as per Ángel's observation below.}
Edited: 4 Nov 2012, 1:51 p.m. after one or more responses were posted
