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Bug? Solve in CAS causes warm start - Nigel (UK) - 11-28-2015 05:24 PM
On my Prime (latest firmware) entering (for example) Code: `solve(x^3=1.2e-15,x)` The crash doesn't happen if the right-hand side is greater than 1e-12, or if x^3 is replaced by x^2. Can anyone reproduce this? If so, is it a known bug? Nigel (UK) RE: Bug? Solve in CAS causes warm start - retoa - 11-28-2015 08:43 PM
Yes, I can reproduce the warm start on the physical calculator. RE: Bug? Solve in CAS causes warm start - Gerald H - 11-29-2015 08:12 AM
HP 50g returns 1.06265856918E-5, no problems. RE: Bug? Solve in CAS causes warm start - Nigel (UK) - 11-29-2015 09:41 AM
A workaround: enter Code: `solve(x^3.0=1.2e-15,x)` Nigel (UK) RE: Bug? Solve in CAS causes warm start - parisse - 11-29-2015 01:11 PM
I have modified giac for this case, it was returning an error (but unfortunately not on the Prime because of the OS). |