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I am new here so hang in there if I ask old questions. I used to use a 48G back in the day... like 20 years back. I bought a Prime today... back in the day there was a program that you enter your formulas(say x30) into... you would add the values you have and it will calculate and substitute values calculated back into other formulas etc, till it tried solve all saved or programmed formulas.

Is there some thing like that still available these days?
(10-16-2015 09:18 PM)Jacques Wrote: [ -> ]I am new here so hang in there if I ask old questions. I used to use a 48G back in the day... like 20 years back. I bought a Prime today... back in the day there was a program that you enter your formulas(say x30) into... you would add the values you have and it will calculate and substitute values calculated back into other formulas etc, till it tried solve all saved or programmed formulas.

Is there some thing like that still available these days?

Solve Numeric app. Enter equations, press View and enter values and tap solve
The old program you made a "directory" e.g. drive bands.... you would save all your formulas related to drive bands into directory/folder/program....at the bottom you wound see the windows with the symbols. You would just type the value and press the relevant symbol window and you assign that value to the symbol. One of the bottom window remain a solve command like you see "Sto" now on the Prime.

(10-16-2015 11:07 PM)eried Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-16-2015 09:18 PM)Jacques Wrote: [ -> ]I am new here so hang in there if I ask old questions. I used to use a 48G back in the day... like 20 years back. I bought a Prime today... back in the day there was a program that you enter your formulas(say x30) into... you would add the values you have and it will calculate and substitute values calculated back into other formulas etc, till it tried solve all saved or programmed formulas.

Is there some thing like that still available these days?

Solve Numeric app. Enter equations, press View and enter values and tap solve
The prime is not directly equivalent to the hp50g. You could create different solver apps with equations already saved or call that solver app prefilling the equations from code but there is not an exactly equal MES interface like you describe.
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