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Math Class Calculator site gives an example of a simple quation that HP Prime CAS gives a strange answer:
tan(x)*cos(x)*sin(x) which is expected to be sin(x)^2, but their HP Prime gives an error. My Prime gives -0.5*cos(2x)+0.5 instead.
Any suggestion how to forse it to return sin(x)^2?
Here is the link to the review:
Go to Solution.
Set your CAS Setting for Simplify to Minimum. Then do this:
Nice. Then, I wonder what is the use case for setting Simplify to Maximum?
The error messages on the site you refer to are due to the fact that the multiplication signs (*) have been omitted.
In CAS 3sin(x) and sin(x)cos(x) are not allowed.
It should be 3*sin(x) and sin(x)*cos(x).
The most recent update gives a "Syntax Error" message in these cases.
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