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Taking a derivative at a point HP 50g - A_Fiorito - 09-03-2020 06:17 PM
I am new to using the HP 50g and I am curious about its differentiation ability. I know how to use the calculator to take the derivative of functions but I would like to know if there is an easy way to do it at a point. For example, how could I differentiate x*sin(x) at x = 0? RE: Taking a derivative at a point HP 50g - ijabbott - 09-03-2020 11:02 PM
(09-03-2020 06:17 PM)A_Fiorito Wrote: I am new to using the HP 50g and I am curious about its differentiation ability. Use the vertical bar (right shift TOOL), for example: '∂X(X*SIN(X))|(X=0)' EVAL EVAL RE: Taking a derivative at a point HP 50g - A_Fiorito - 09-10-2020 01:46 AM
(09-03-2020 11:02 PM)ijabbott Wrote:(09-03-2020 06:17 PM)A_Fiorito Wrote: I am new to using the HP 50g and I am curious about its differentiation ability. Thank you ijabbott for the reply. This community is very helpful. |