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Double integral problem - Highdef - 02-14-2016 12:38 PM
Hello :-) I am having trouble with a double integral on the HP Prime, that I believe I tried solving with a previous firmware (don't remember version), and now when I try it, the Prime returns: "Error, Too many arguments: integrate" I am doing this in CAS mode. Are there any settings than can cause this? See attached problem. I am typing on the Prime: int(e^x^2,y,0,2*x,x,0,1) Thanks.[attachment=3128] RE: Double integral problem - Marcus von Cube - 02-14-2016 12:56 PM
(02-14-2016 12:38 PM)Highdef Wrote: I am typing on the Prime: int(e^x^2,y,0,2*x,x,0,1) What about int(int(e^x^2,y,0,2*x),x,0,1) ? RE: Double integral problem - Highdef - 02-14-2016 01:33 PM
That actually worked after getting this message: Unable to check if antiderivative e^(x^2)*y has singular points for definite integration in [0,2*x] Hitting enter after this gives me the solution. Thank you very much! I will try to remeber this. Although I'm pretty sure I did't receive this message in an earlier version. |