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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #45 on: January 20, 2013, 12:01:34 pm »
Bonus :

Jim Bauwens took the time to update the online database generator that lets you create your own formula-filled FormulaPro. You can now enjoy your own equations on the latest FormulaPro update !
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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #46 on: January 21, 2013, 05:04:21 am »
I've got a question, how can I add this formula:

dh^4=Dh^4-Dh*Dm^4  ?

I've tried:

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dh^4=Dh^4-Dh*Dm^4
dh=root(Dh^4-Dh*Dm^4,4)
dh=(Dh^4-Dh*Dm^4)^(1/4)
dh=(Dh^4-Dh*Dm^4)^0.25

What else can I do? It always returns 0...
Testvalues:
Dm=150, Dh=180 --> dh=145

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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #47 on: January 21, 2013, 05:46:54 am »
I believe it doesnt work because there are 2 variables with the same lowercase name (on the nspire, the basic variables are lowercase(d) )
Try with different names, to see if it works ?

The syntax of the first line should be good
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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #48 on: January 21, 2013, 05:56:29 am »
tried this:
dh=(Dh^4-Dh*Dm^4)^(1/4)
But now it doesn't calculate anything.. nvm, I already know it by now xp
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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #49 on: January 21, 2013, 06:27:02 am »
tried this:
dh=(Dh^4-Dh*Dm^4)^(1/4)
But now it doesn't calculate anything.. nvm, I already know it by now xp
As said Adriweb, dh and Dh are in TI-Basic the same variables (it removes the case). Since FormulaPro uses math.eval() in order to solve part of the problem with CAS, this will leads to a confusing formula you're not looking for.

Try this : dh_=(Dh^4-Dh*Dm^4)^(1/4)
« Last Edit: January 21, 2013, 06:27:30 am by Levak »
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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #50 on: January 21, 2013, 06:38:15 am »
Sorry, i wrote the wrong formula, i read what he said :)

I tried this:
dh=(Dhol^4-Dhol*Dm^4)^(1/4)
and it didn't calculate anything

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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #51 on: January 21, 2013, 06:58:18 am »
FP uses the CAS's solve() or nSolve() if not available.... so make sure it works first in the OS ?
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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #52 on: January 21, 2013, 09:54:53 am »
I should have made a mistake, I'll look into it, since all the other formulas seem to work (afaict), so it'll be my mistake

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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #53 on: May 24, 2013, 12:18:13 am »
English.: How to create a database to work only with the "International System of Units"? This system has some ready to download?
thank you

Portuguese.: Como crio um banco de dados para trabalhar somente com o "Sistema internacional de unidades" ?? Tem algum com esse sistema pronto para baixar??
Obrigado

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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #54 on: May 24, 2013, 01:32:56 pm »
English.: How to create a database to work only with the "International System of Units"? This system has some ready to download?
thank you

Portuguese.: Como crio um banco de dados para trabalhar somente com o "Sistema internacional de unidades" ?? Tem algum com esse sistema pronto para baixar??
Obrigado

como assim "banco de dados"? explica o que queres fazer

what you mean by "database"? explain what you want
I'm Portuguese, sorry bad English

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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #55 on: July 03, 2013, 10:53:49 am »
AlexisVieira

Digo assim, quero usar todas as unidades de medidas de todas as coisas em unidades do Sistema Internacional de Unidades.
Por exemplo, nos estados unidos utilizam "ft/pés" e no Brasil(América do Sul) utilizamos "km/h ou m/s".
Não sei como é ae em Portugal, mas aqui utilizamos o Sistema Internacional de Unidades.

Entende?

Quero instalar esse aplicativo e deixar todas as medidas utilizando o Sistema Internacional de Unidades.

Tem algum arquivo específico para deixar todas as unidades no sistema internacional de unidades??

Sou leigo no assunto, não aprendi nem mesmo a instalar ainda.

Obrigado

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Say so, I use all units of measure of all things in units of the International System of Units.
For example, in the United States use "ft / ft" and Brazil (South America) use "km / h or m / s."
I do not know how to, and in Portugal, but here we use the International System of Units.

Understand?

I want to install this application and leave all measurements using the International System of Units.

Is there any specific file to make all units in the international system of units?

I am a layman in the subject, not even learned to install yet.

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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #56 on: July 03, 2013, 06:33:58 pm »
AlexisVieira

Digo assim, quero usar todas as unidades de medidas de todas as coisas em unidades do Sistema Internacional de Unidades.
Por exemplo, nos estados unidos utilizam "ft/pés" e no Brasil(América do Sul) utilizamos "km/h ou m/s".
Não sei como é ae em Portugal, mas aqui utilizamos o Sistema Internacional de Unidades.

Entende?

Quero instalar esse aplicativo e deixar todas as medidas utilizando o Sistema Internacional de Unidades.

Tem algum arquivo específico para deixar todas as unidades no sistema internacional de unidades??

Sou leigo no assunto, não aprendi nem mesmo a instalar ainda.

Obrigado


try this:
Bonus :

Jim Bauwens took the time to update the online database generator that lets you create your own formula-filled FormulaPro. You can now enjoy your own equations on the latest FormulaPro update !
I'm Portuguese, sorry bad English

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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #57 on: July 16, 2013, 11:48:11 am »
I want to install this application and leave all measurements using the International System of Units.
But. I do not know what are the measures of the "International System of Units."
Has any files here. You are ready. With these measures?
thank you

AlexisVieira

Digo assim, quero usar todas as unidades de medidas de todas as coisas em unidades do Sistema Internacional de Unidades.
Por exemplo, nos estados unidos utilizam "ft/pés" e no Brasil(América do Sul) utilizamos "km/h ou m/s".
Não sei como é ae em Portugal, mas aqui utilizamos o Sistema Internacional de Unidades.

Entende?

Quero instalar esse aplicativo e deixar todas as medidas utilizando o Sistema Internacional de Unidades.

Tem algum arquivo específico para deixar todas as unidades no sistema internacional de unidades??

Sou leigo no assunto, não aprendi nem mesmo a instalar ainda.

Obrigado


try this:
Bonus :

Jim Bauwens took the time to update the online database generator that lets you create your own formula-filled FormulaPro. You can now enjoy your own equations on the latest FormulaPro update !

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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #58 on: July 17, 2013, 08:23:44 am »
But. I do not know what are the measures of the "International System of Units."

Why don't you google it?
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Re: Release of FormulaPro for the Nspire
« Reply #59 on: July 17, 2013, 01:22:21 pm »
But. I do not know what are the measures of the "International System of Units."

Why don't you google it?
He better be careful when doing that, to make sure his results are accurate. I know that some Americans (especially in Texas and New York) tend to be very patriotic and will probably claim that their system of units is the best and the international one, rather than the metric system. :P
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