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isol function

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Hi,

I've got a new question.

With my HP48 I could entry an equation '4*R=X' for example, than 'R' + entry and the function 'isol' + entry gave me the solution 'R=X/4'.

How can I do the same thing wityh the hp prime ?

Thanks for your help.

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Re: isol function

Hi!, lverdier:

 

You can, use ...

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Or ...

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Referencehttp://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05332710

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Re: isol function

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Hi!, lverdier:

 

You can, use ...

IMG_20170419_115252.jpg

Or ...

IMG_20170424_125208.jpg

 

Referencehttp://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05332710

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Re: isol function

Thanks for this solution, but I'm surprised from the large differences between the HP48 and the HP Prime. Is there a documentation wich give us the new mode operation in comparison of both caculators ?

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Re: isol function

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Yes, it's true.

 

The HP PRIME and the HP39GII, didn't use ISOL, but you can Solve equal with zeros. Please, read the User Manual.

 

ISOL is used, in previous Series ... HP48G/HP49G/HP49G+/HP48GII and HP50G.

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Re: isol function

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lverdier wrote:
Thanks for this solution, but I'm surprised from the large differences between the HP48 and the HP Prime. Is there a documentation wich give us the new mode operation in comparison of both caculators ?

There is no such document yet. I suspect that writing it would be a daunting task, not only because both machines have huge vocabularies which differ greatly, but also because Prime's vocabulary often changes when the firmware is updated.
 
Until somebody writes that magnum opus, you can find most answers by searching through Prime's built-in Help system and Prime's PDF User Guide. When that doesn't help, please feel free to ask any questions here.
 
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