Virtual and Real Calculator differences

06202015, 07:25 AM
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Virtual and Real Calculator differences
Both Virtual and Real HP Prime Calculator Have Version 2015 4 27 Rev 7820
in Virtual Cas screen create a matrix and put m1:=[1,2,3_(Ohm),0] [0,0,0,1_(Ohm)] Do the same with the Real HP Prime. Now in Real HP Prime m1(1,1) give 1. also m1(1,3)+m1(2,4) gives 4_Ohm as expected. In Virtual HP Prime m1(1,1) gives an error. So does m1(1,3)+m1(2,4). Also in Virtual try m1(1). It crashes. In the real HP Prime m1(1) gives an error. Invalid dimension. Also does it if m1 only contains integers. PLEASE: Can these inconsistencies between Virtual and Real Primes be fixed. I use Virtual a lot now to test, as it is a lot faster to do things via the keyboard. NOTE: REALLY REALLY LIKE ANote, AProgram and AFile. Very clever. Finally, how do you get a col back from a matrix in Home and CAS. Thanks in advance. Cheers, Hamilton. 

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Virtual and Real Calculator differences  hamilton.milligan@outlook.com  06202015 07:25 AM
RE: Virtual and Real Calculator differences  DrD  06202015, 09:53 AM
RE: Virtual and Real Calculator differences  Joe Horn  06202015, 06:32 PM
RE: Virtual and Real Calculator differences  hamilton.milligan@outlook.com  06212015, 03:36 PM
RE: Virtual and Real Calculator differences  hamilton.milligan@outlook.com  06212015, 03:41 PM

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