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50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
10-10-2017, 06:24 AM
Post: #21
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
Latest version.

<< 11 115 ^ 12 115 ^ / >> TEVAL

Time .9368 sec. At least it's less than a second.

I'll try a few more. This one is like the previous but entirely in Polish.
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10-10-2017, 10:56 AM
Post: #22
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
(10-10-2017 06:24 AM)ttw Wrote:  Latest version.

<< 11 115 ^ 12 115 ^ / >> TEVAL

Time .9368 sec. At least it's less than a second.

I'll try a few more. This one is like the previous but entirely in Polish.

But this one is not generic.

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10-10-2017, 04:18 PM
Post: #23
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
(10-09-2017 10:26 AM)Joe Horn Wrote:  Micro-Challenge: Generate that same answer in less than 1 second,

I type it in on the 50 and evaluate, and while its busy move over to the Prime and have my answer long before it finishes. Big Grin

~.0004s is the evaluation time for an exact result on the unit I just tested.

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10-10-2017, 05:15 PM
Post: #24
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
Perhaps a programming challenge for the Prime would reveal how brilliant it is?

The last time I checked my 38G could deal with sequences going from index 1 up to 10^12 - what's the range limit for the Prime?
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10-10-2017, 07:09 PM
Post: #25
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
Directly on the keyboard :time((11/15)^115) in CAS: 0.000424s.
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10-10-2017, 10:30 PM
Post: #26
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
My Prime (first version without data streamer ability) came up with 0.000406. The Android app (free version) on a Cat S60 clocked in at 0.000054. Fiftyfour microseconds iif I've not messed with my decimals :-)
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10-11-2017, 05:33 AM
Post: #27
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
Should you want to perform this calculation on a 40G/gs it's much faster if you enter

11^115/12^115

in CAS.
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10-11-2017, 12:13 PM (This post was last modified: 10-11-2017 12:17 PM by Gilles59.)
Post: #28
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
Another way (50G):

Code:
<< {'(&A/&B)^&C' , '&A^&C/&B^&C' } â†‘MATCH << SIMPLIFY >> IFT >>

Not so fast (1.9 sec) but I like it...
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10-11-2017, 04:22 PM
Post: #29
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
I never liked match.
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10-11-2017, 07:31 PM (This post was last modified: 10-11-2017 07:58 PM by Gilles59.)
Post: #30
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
(10-11-2017 04:22 PM)Arno K Wrote:  I never liked match.
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There are some limitation in exact mode but I like it very much ;D It's a powerfull way to increase CAS functionality. An improve MATCH command on the PRIME could be _very_ powerful.
Working with 'pattern' is powerfull for manipuling symbolic structurs
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10-11-2017, 09:44 PM
Post: #31
RE: 50g User RPL Micro-Challenge: Fraction to a Power
(10-11-2017 07:31 PM)Gilles59 Wrote:  Working with 'pattern' is powerfull for manipuling symbolic structurs
Correct, I don'remember if my first encounter with match was the 28 or the 48, but it was an example using the Theorem of Addition (straight from German) for sines and cosines and there I thought: before having it typed in I have done it by hand, perhaps a result from those days...
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