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Cp 300 Fails To Calculate Integral

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#1 c_moeller



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Posted 07 May 2004 - 01:20 PM

Hi vereybody,

the CP 300 does not manage the following:


"S" is the integral-sign taken from "Action-Calculate".
The CP 300 calculates a fiew minutes (!), then posting "Insufficient memory" (or something like this, I'm using the german language).
But writing 1/sqrt(2*Pi) in front of "S" it calculates the right value in a very short time. Shouldn't a CAS be able to simplify this by itself?

CU, Christian

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Posted 07 May 2004 - 03:05 PM


eigentlich sollte das der classpad machen...
Mein erster Gedanke, dass es an dem Pi oder an dem e^x liegt hat sich nicht bestotigt. (Vergleichbare Formeln mit Pi und e^x gehen relativ schnell.)

Davon abgesehen (um meinen Mathe-Prof zu zitieren): Diese Dinge (Algebra-Systeme ... sollten nur als Hilfsmittel dienen. Die Mathematischen Gesetze dahinter sollten (zumindest teilweise) bekannt sein. <_<


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Posted 07 May 2004 - 03:18 PM

Please, could you write the answers at least in English???, the sense of this board (I Guess) is that everyone learn something. My native language is Spanish but i try to ask and answer in english.

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Posted 07 May 2004 - 03:44 PM

i think he was answering in german... but it would be nice to have the translation... :(

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Posted 08 May 2004 - 03:20 AM

I translate the MKanter's post, hope its good:

actually that should make classpad... My first thought that it does not lie at the pi or to e^x has itself confirmed. (comparable formulas with pi and e^x go relatively fast.) Apart from it to quote (in order my Mathe Prof): These things (algebra systems... should serve only as aids. The mathematical laws behind it should (at least partly) admit to be.

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Posted 08 May 2004 - 07:29 AM

gosh! Why don't you ask a german if you have to translate sth?
The translation is not bad but not really equal to the german meaning (100%)


Actually the CP should be able to do this ...
I first thought that it was cause by the Pi or by the e^x but this has not
prooved true. (Formulas that are compareable with Pi and e^x work quite fast)

Apart from that (to quote my math teacher): These things (CAS) should only
serve as a tool. The mathematic laws that are behind them should be known
(at least partly)



Well I experienced the same things when calculating sin or cos functions (simplify,
diff, ...) on my AFX/FX. This seems to be a limitation of the CAS.

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