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Phoenixmike
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HP Prime graphing calculator

Basic unit missing. How do you include the unit "mole" in calculations? The point of having units on a calculator is to ensure the correct output units. For instances, if you want to use units with the ideal gas constant (J/mol*K) in a calculation you need the unit"mol". Also is it possible to construct your own units as you can on a TI89?
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BartdB
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Re: HP Prime graphing calculator

Hi,

 

I suggest you post your questions on this forum:

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Calculators/bd-p/bsc-408

 

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juergenrolf
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Re: HP Prime graphing calculator

Just do this:
Shift-Units-Mass and the unit mole is the last one listed.
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