11-25-2014, 08:37 AM

Does the HP Prime have an Equation Library like the HP50g???

here is page from the HP50g Manual, just wondering if there is anything similarly available for the HP Prime??

Appendix M

Table of Built-In Equations

The Equation Library consists of 15 subjects corresponding to the sections in the table below) and more than 100 titles. The numbers in parentheses below indicate the number of equations in the set and the number of variables in the set. There are 315 equations in total using 396 variable.

Subjects and Titles

1: Columns and Beams (14, 20)

1: Elastic Buckling (4, 8)

2: Eccentric Columns (2, 11)

3: Simple Deflection (1, 9)

4: Simple Slope (1, 10)

5: Simple Moment (1, 8)

6: Simple Sheer (1, 7)

7: Cantilever Deflection (1, 10)

8: Cantilever Slope (1, 10)

9: Cantilever Moment (1, 8)

10: Cantilever Shear (1, 6)

here is page from the HP50g Manual, just wondering if there is anything similarly available for the HP Prime??

Appendix M

Table of Built-In Equations

The Equation Library consists of 15 subjects corresponding to the sections in the table below) and more than 100 titles. The numbers in parentheses below indicate the number of equations in the set and the number of variables in the set. There are 315 equations in total using 396 variable.

Subjects and Titles

1: Columns and Beams (14, 20)

1: Elastic Buckling (4, 8)

2: Eccentric Columns (2, 11)

3: Simple Deflection (1, 9)

4: Simple Slope (1, 10)

5: Simple Moment (1, 8)

6: Simple Sheer (1, 7)

7: Cantilever Deflection (1, 10)

8: Cantilever Slope (1, 10)

9: Cantilever Moment (1, 8)

10: Cantilever Shear (1, 6)