Hi, there's some way to solve this calculus with units solved? Newton in this case? thanks.

(10_(kg)*2_(m)) / 1_(s^2).

On the ti-nspire (and numworks do the same) i've 20 _N. With hp prime the result is 20 (kg*m)/s^2.

(08-06-2021 10:04 PM)giubin Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, there's some way to solve this calculus with units solved? Newton in this case? thanks.

(10_(kg)*2_(m)) / 1_(s^2).

On the ti-nspire (and numworks do the same) i've 20 _N. With hp prime the result is 20 (kg*m)/s^2.

Dear Giubin,

You must use the "CONVERT" command to get the correct unit. Go to [Shift], [Units], where you will find a soft menu key called "Tools". Click on that, and you need the top command: "CONVERT". Use it like this: CONVERT(20 (kg*m)/s^2; 1_N), and it will give you the right answer: 20_N. Sincerely, Karel.

(08-06-2021 10:04 PM)giubin Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, there's some way to solve this calculus with units solved? Newton in this case? thanks.

(10_(kg)*2_(m)) / 1_(s^2).

On the ti-nspire (and numworks do the same) i've 20 _N. With hp prime the result is 20 (kg*m)/s^2.

Hi Giubin,

another way is to use USIMPLIFY() which simplyfies the given unit in fact you don't know what unit that is.

Best regards

Frank

(08-14-2021 04:34 PM)froehlic Wrote: [ -> ] (08-06-2021 10:04 PM)giubin Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, there's some way to solve this calculus with units solved? Newton in this case? thanks.

(10_(kg)*2_(m)) / 1_(s^2).

On the ti-nspire (and numworks do the same) i've 20 _N. With hp prime the result is 20 (kg*m)/s^2.

Hi Giubin,

another way is to use USIMPLIFY() which simplyfies the given unit in fact you don't know what unit that is.

Best regards

Frank

Thanks, USIMPLIFY() is nice, but is strange that ti-nspire "solve" units automatically. That is a nice "simplify"

Thanks, Giuseppe.

(08-14-2021 03:48 PM)cahlucas Wrote: [ -> ] (08-06-2021 10:04 PM)giubin Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, there's some way to solve this calculus with units solved? Newton in this case? thanks.

(10_(kg)*2_(m)) / 1_(s^2).

On the ti-nspire (and numworks do the same) i've 20 _N. With hp prime the result is 20 (kg*m)/s^2.

Dear Giubin,

You must use the "CONVERT" command to get the correct unit. Go to [Shift], [Units], where you will find a soft menu key called "Tools". Click on that, and you need the top command: "CONVERT". Use it like this: CONVERT(20 (kg*m)/s^2; 1_N), and it will give you the right answer: 20_N. Sincerely, Karel.

Thanks, as suggested, maybe USIMPLIFY() is the answer for my "problem"! Sorry btw, i'm new with hp prime.

Many thanks, Giuseppe.