No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers / Exact Mode?

12172013, 02:49 PM
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No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers / Exact Mode?
Similar to my No RPL? question, this is just based on reading the User Guide. One of the features I use fairly heavily on the HP50 is the builtin arbitrary precision large number math (i.e., exact mode). Does this exist on the Prime?
There's reference to this being available in the CAS but a somewhat ominous statement that calculations done in the Home view often yield numerical approximations. Are exact numbers not a first class citizen on the Prime?  John 

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No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers / Exact Mode?  John R. Graham  12172013 02:49 PM
RE: No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers?  ArielPalazzesi  12172013, 04:08 PM
RE: No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers?  John R. Graham  12172013, 04:25 PM
RE: No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers / Exact Mode?  ArielPalazzesi  12172013, 05:10 PM
RE: No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers / Exact Mode?  jgreenb2  12172013, 05:34 PM
RE: No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers / Exact Mode?  John R. Graham  12172013, 05:48 PM
RE: No (Or Limited) Arbitrary Precision Integers / Exact Mode?  Joe Horn  12192013, 05:58 AM

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