canonical_form(Ans) problem

04272016, 09:23 AM
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canonical_form(Ans) problem
Hello !
If I try to calculate the canonical form of a quadratic equation using Ans, the Prime says: "Error: Bad Argument Value" (see attached example) If I copy/paste the last result in the parenthesis it works fine. Same problem both on emulator as on the real Prime. 

04272016, 01:41 PM
Post: #2




RE: canonical_form(Ans) problem
(04272016 09:23 AM)retoa Wrote: Hello ! Problem confirmed, when using the "simplify" menu button to carry out the simplification. However, entering "simplify(3*(x+1/3)^2+14/3)" directly from the keyboard and then doing "canonical_form(ANS)" works correctly. Nigel (UK) 

04272016, 08:49 PM
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RE: canonical_form(Ans) problem
(04272016 01:41 PM)Nigel (UK) Wrote:For me was the same. Using the key Simplify the error appears but typing simplify (...) works correctly(04272016 09:23 AM)retoa Wrote: Hello ! Leo 

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