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HP Prime whats in the printing can be done. - tom234 - 01-11-2022 03:39 PM
Hello Everyone: These two pics are in print the last one shows Prime doing this graphing kinda but: displays the HP 39 still it gives the impression, it can be done. However, that is not the case still waiting for further information. I believe it could until the last update. It may go back a few years let see. Do you have problems entering the Equation in the HP Prime? There should be no need for work around it in TextBook Style RE: HP Prime whats in the printing can be done. - Didier Lachieze - 01-11-2022 04:48 PM
I don't have problems entering the equations in the Prime but the values of F1(X) and F2(X) in the Plot view are NaN. Here is how I would do it without the 'where' operator: [attachment=10267] [attachment=10268] You can also use the function PIECEWISE (see the on-calc help for more details): [attachment=10269] Note: in Textbook mode you can avoid specifying the second condition. RE: HP Prime whats in the printing can be done. - tom234 - 01-11-2022 06:03 PM
(01-11-2022 04:48 PM)Didier Lachieze Wrote: I don't have problems entering the equations in the Prime but the values of F1(X) and F2(X) in the Plot view are NaN.Thank you, I was trying the Piecewise now I see how that works. RE: HP Prime whats in the printing can be done. - tom234 - 01-11-2022 06:20 PM
(01-11-2022 04:48 PM)Didier Lachieze Wrote: I don't have problems entering the equations in the Prime but the values of F1(X) and F2(X) in the Plot view are NaN.Thank you, I was trying the Piecewise now I see how that works. RE: HP Prime whats in the printing can be done. - IHarwell - 01-12-2022 07:14 AM
The other way to do it is 2*MIN(1,X). It's not elegant, but it should work. The other way to do it if you wanted a strict bound is to do (2*X)/(X<1). |