Is it possible to calculate higher numbers by loosing speed? HP PRIME G1
10-01-2022, 08:35 AM
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 kappi1997 Junior Member Posts: 2 Joined: Oct 2022
Is it possible to calculate higher numbers by loosing speed? HP PRIME G1
Hello everyone

I'm using my HP Prime G1 since years. Until now i never had a problem but now at university i need to work with higher Numbers in statistics and the calculator just defines them as infinite. For example the faculty of 2^10! is just infinite.

Is it possible to let the calculator work longer but not just simplify it? Because otherwise i'd have to buy another one

Thank you in advance.
10-01-2022, 04:57 PM
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 Wolfgang Member Posts: 53 Joined: Jun 2014
RE: Is it possible to calculate higher numbers by loosing speed? HP PRIME G1
helpful?

https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/archive/i...-9169.html

Wolfgang

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10-01-2022, 06:58 PM
Post: #3
 kappi1997 Junior Member Posts: 2 Joined: Oct 2022
RE: Is it possible to calculate higher numbers by loosing speed? HP PRIME G1
(10-01-2022 04:57 PM)Wolfgang Wrote:  helpful?

https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/archive/i...-9169.html

Wolfgang

Thank you very much the PERM() function fixed my issue to some point since i mainly use it for that formula. But still would be interested in having the possibility to calculate bigger nummbers. Didn't find a solution for that except for exact that formula
10-03-2022, 10:31 AM
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 matalog Senior Member Posts: 350 Joined: May 2021
RE: Is it possible to calculate higher numbers by loosing speed? HP PRIME G1
(10-01-2022 06:58 PM)kappi1997 Wrote:
(10-01-2022 04:57 PM)Wolfgang Wrote:  helpful?

https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/archive/i...-9169.html

Wolfgang

Thank you very much the PERM() function fixed my issue to some point since i mainly use it for that formula. But still would be interested in having the possibility to calculate bigger nummbers. Didn't find a solution for that except for exact that formula

Yes, you can calculate any size of numbers that you want and the RAM allows. You have to do manual type calculation algorithms on numbers stored in strings, it will cost time, but will let you use numbers of any size.
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