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HP Prime: CAS Commands in Home Mode
12-19-2013, 01:11 AM (This post was last modified: 12-19-2013 01:11 AM by Han.)
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RE: HP Prime: CAS Commands in Home Mode
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"zeros(x^3-4)" ENTER CAS(1)

In RPN mode, commands have an "argument" specifying how many stack arguments to use. Hence the CAS(1).

Also, remember that when using CAS, global variables like X get replaced with their actual values. Thus, X^3-4 will result in an empty vector (no solution) since you would be equivalently solving for the zeros of a constant function. So do note the lower case x in the commands above.

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