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Numsolve ?it Can Save Equations?

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#1 perromaldito



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Posted 03 August 2004 - 05:38 PM

:D hello, first: sorry for my bad english.
i'd like know if possible that classpad save the equations, example, va=vf/rate+bt
i try emulator and i can't, just i can see values variables va=1001.5, vf=100, rate=0.1, b=10, t=0.15.
help please :( . i want to buy classpad, but i'm not sure.

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Posted 03 August 2004 - 06:21 PM

Also you can enter the forum that we have inaugurated in Castilian in www.classpad.tk a greeting
Tambi?n puedes entrar en el foro que hemos inaugurado en castellano en www.classpad.tk y dejar tu mensaje en espa?ol (que me parece que es el idioma que dominamos los dos)
Un saludo

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Posted 03 August 2004 - 07:18 PM

I recommand it strongly (buy Classpad).
But you can't save equations in NumSolve application. You can use Define command to define a function or use eActivites to save anything you like, copy and paste feature allow you to do everything you need.

TI Voyage 200 is also a good option.

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