07-18-2014, 01:58 PM

when i enter the following equation in Home Mode, the last division captures two terms instead of just one term causing a calculator error

0 = D*3/5 -(E + C *3) / 6.708

what I should get is

0 = D*3/5 - E + C*3/6.708

if I enter the same equation in CAS Mode in small letters, no problem, but when I enter the same problem in CAS Mode in Capital Letters, I get the same error that occurs in the Home Mode. I know there is an easy work around, just use parenthesis, but it is still a bug that needs to be fixed.. I discovered this bug during a test so I got a wrong answer, not a good time to discover bugs. Note: when I enter the equation I am not using parenthesis, the above example is what the HP Primes does with the equation after I divide by 6.708

0 = D*3/5 -(E + C *3) / 6.708

what I should get is

0 = D*3/5 - E + C*3/6.708

if I enter the same equation in CAS Mode in small letters, no problem, but when I enter the same problem in CAS Mode in Capital Letters, I get the same error that occurs in the Home Mode. I know there is an easy work around, just use parenthesis, but it is still a bug that needs to be fixed.. I discovered this bug during a test so I got a wrong answer, not a good time to discover bugs. Note: when I enter the equation I am not using parenthesis, the above example is what the HP Primes does with the equation after I divide by 6.708