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HP 48G Solver parantheses - ptros - 07-13-2014 02:12 PM
The equation solver on my 35s handles parentheses without issue, for example... C=(((T-W)/45)*1000)+A However on my 48g the Solver removes my parentheses where the formula is as follows... C=(T-W)/45*1000+A This is resulting in an incorrect value for C. Anyone know why the Solver on the 48g is removing my parentheses? RE: HP 48G Solver parantheses - Thomas Klemm - 07-13-2014 02:52 PM
(07-13-2014 02:12 PM)ptros Wrote: Anyone know why the Solver on the 48g is removing my parentheses? Expressions are stored in a compiled format and only decompiled for display. These parentheses are superfluous. That's why they aren't added. But this is done in general and has nothing to do with the solver. Quote:This is resulting in an incorrect value for C. I doubt that this is the reason. Could you provide some values that are incorrect? Kind regards Thomas |