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# simple calc

Product Name: hp prime

Hi,

I've got an hpprime in replacement of my HP48 and I don't find how to do the same think I did with the eqEdit+Solve :

I write an equation : Gt=G*M/(R*R), and I want to calculate many values of Gt with different values of M, R.

With the HP48, I had a bottom menu to entry M, R, G with the solve menu. How can I do the same thing with the HP PRIME ?

Thanks for your help.

# Re: simple calc

This procedure is, by Program Calculation ...

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Professor
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## Re: simple calc

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Hi!, lverdier:

You can with Solve App, obtein, the result of this equation, with ...

Gt=G*M/(R*R), replace this, with ...

G1=G*M/R^2

Now, you press Num and replace the know data, in the variables ... G, M and R.

Note: The example is with any value.

Then, go to G1 and press Solve.

You can too, create a Program with, LOCAL and RETURN (write if needed create, a program).

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## Re: simple calc

[ Edited ]

There is no "menu solver" equivalent. Just the solve app as shown.

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Professor
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## Re: simple calc

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This procedure is, by Program Calculation ...

Welcome, to this Forum !.

Thank you soo much, by trusting in HP !.

Top Contributor (Gold 2016) - Expert Provost, in Spanish Forum (http://h30467.www3.hp.com).

Kind Regards.
Maké.
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## Re: simple calc

Thanks for the solution.

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