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Problem and Bug in HP Prime physics. - math7 - 02-05-2018 05:35 AM
Hi, when trying to do this operation in the computer emulator, that is to say the HP Prive Virtual, it does it correctly, but when doing it in the HP Prime physics, the calculator not only does not show the result, but it does CRASH. Does anyone else happen to you? ***I have the latest version of the software V. 13333 RE: Problem and Bug in HP Prime physics. - Joe Horn - 02-05-2018 06:06 AM
Verified. When executed in CAS in exact mode, the VC gets the answer in about half a second, but the hardware calculator works for about 4 seconds then reboots. RE: Problem and Bug in HP Prime physics. - math7 - 02-05-2018 06:37 AM
(02-05-2018 06:06 AM)Joe Horn Wrote: Verified. When executed in CAS in exact mode, the VC gets the answer in about half a second, but the hardware calculator works for about 4 seconds then reboots. Yes this is Joe, and the interesting thing is that in the HOME mode it does not bounce, the Prime does give the correct answer, it only happens in the CAS mode. RE: Problem and Bug in HP Prime physics. - parisse - 02-05-2018 08:06 AM
Very strange bug indeed. sum(x^2,x,0,80000) restarts, while sum(x^2,x,0,70000) +sum(x^2,x,70001,80000) work. Probably related to a long integer bug somewhere, and on hardware only. I can decrease the max_sum_add variable on the Prime to avoid this but the bug might appear somewhere else. RE: Problem and Bug in HP Prime physics. - math7 - 02-06-2018 04:44 AM
We will have to go checking these calculations to correct mistakes a little as soon as they come to light, but it's fine if you make that correction, thanks. |