HP Prime: Isolate a variable in an equation

12202013, 10:34 PM
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HP Prime: Isolate a variable in an equation
Hello friends:
How to isolate a variable in an equation on HP Prime? Can anyone guide us? Searched the Guide and not found. Thank You David 

12202013, 10:58 PM
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RE: HP Prime: Isolate a variable in an equation
I'm not an expert but I tend to use the solve() command in CAS mode. For example
Solve(x+y=4,y) should return 4x. Good luck. 

12202013, 11:00 PM
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RE: HP Prime: Isolate a variable in an equation
In CAS view, solve() should be of help.
E.g., solve(x^24*y*x=3,y) returns {(x^2+3)/(4*x)} Or solve(x^24*y*x=3,x) returns {2*y+sqrt(4*y^2+3)} Is that what you are after? 

12212013, 01:26 AM
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RE: HP Prime: Isolate a variable in an equation
(12202013 10:58 PM)CR Haeger Wrote: I'm not an expert but I tend to use the solve() command in CAS mode. For example Thanks friends: That's what I need. But, using this command with different variables X and Y, appears a recommendation that doesn't work either. Another observation is that the result is not symbolic when the variables are different from X and Y. Grateful David 

12212013, 02:01 AM
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RE: HP Prime: Isolate a variable in an equation
You need to type in lower case variables.


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