Integral on WP 34s (and others) - Printable Version +- HP Forums (https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum) +-- Forum: Not HP Calculators (/forum-7.html) +--- Forum: Not quite HP Calculators - but related (/forum-8.html) +--- Thread: Integral on WP 34s (and others) (/thread-5730.html) Integral on WP 34s (and others) - lrdheat - 02-21-2016 10:11 PM When taking integral of (8x^2 + 26x + 15)/(2x^2 - x -15) from -5 to 0, I get out of domain error on the WP 34s. CASIO 9869gii and CLASSWIZ FX-991EX also fail. They all do fine if the lower start point is very close to -5 such as -5.0001. After fiddling around, I came to guess that this is due to denominator being undefined at X=-2.5, that one of the incremental dx' being added starts with -2.5 Is there an easy work around... I was just about to submit, and realized that I could test this thought easily by adding 2 integrals where -2.5 would not likely be a starting point...I.e, integral from -5 to -3 plus integral from -3 to 0. Works! My ~62 year old mind isn't gone yet! RE: Integral on WP 34s (and others) - Dieter - 02-22-2016 07:29 AM (02-21-2016 10:11 PM)lrdheat Wrote:  When taking integral of (8x^2 + 26x + 15)/(2x^2 - x -15) from -5 to 0, I get out of domain error on the WP 34s. CASIO 9869gii and CLASSWIZ FX-991EX also fail. They all do fine if the lower start point is very close to -5 such as -5.0001. Sure. This way the (removable) singularity at x=–2,5 is (probably) not evaluated. This may happen with any integration method. (02-21-2016 10:11 PM)lrdheat Wrote:  I was just about to submit, and realized that I could test this thought easily by adding 2 integrals where -2.5 would not likely be a starting point...I.e, integral from -5 to -3 plus integral from -3 to 0. Another option: simplify the expression to (4x+3)/(x–3). Here the pole at x=3 is far beyond the integration limits. ;-) Dieter