ROM 2.09  Solve Equation Problem  Hewlett Packard
This is a discussion on ROM 2.09  Solve Equation Problem  Hewlett Packard ; Hi,
This is a comparison with same flags between 49G (1.196) and 50g
(2.09)
Assume default values...
1. Enter to NUM.SLV
2. Select Solve equation..
3. Enter Eq: 'dX(X^2+3*X)=0'
d is the symbol [RS][T]
4. Select X and press [SOLVE]
...

ROM 2.09  Solve Equation Problem
Hi,
This is a comparison with same flags between 49G (1.196) and 50g
(2.09)
Assume default values...
1. Enter to NUM.SLV
2. Select Solve equation..
3. Enter Eq: 'dX(X^2+3*X)=0'
d is the symbol [RS][T]
4. Select X and press [SOLVE]
5. Press ON to exit
At this point level 1 shows X1.5); now, this is the problem:
6. Replace the value for X=1.2
7. Enter again to NUM.SLV and select 1
8. Select X (that shows 1.2) and press [SOLVE]
49G gets X:1.5 > OK
50g gets X:1.200001 > ??
Any ides for this peculiar result?... maybe the solution is PURGE
variable but no coincidence for both models (or ROM)?
 Gaak 

Re: ROM 2.09  Solve Equation Problem
On Wed, 08 Oct 2008 12:41:21 0500, Gaak wrote:
> This is a comparison with same flags between 49G (1.196) and 50g (2.09)
Well, transfer 2.09 (via ROMUPLOAD) into 49G,
and results might then be the same (both wrong
It's just like politics  as long as both parties voted for it
(or continued similar policies), it must have been good for the country,
even at a cost of $1,000,000,000,000 or so (and so many lives, etc.)
[ ]

Re: ROM 2.09  Solve Equation Problem
On Wed, 8 Oct 2008 10:41:21 0700 (PDT), Gaak
wrote:
>Hi,
>
>This is a comparison with same flags between 49G (1.196) and 50g
>(2.09)
>Assume default values...
>
>1. Enter to NUM.SLV
>2. Select Solve equation..
>3. Enter Eq: 'dX(X^2+3*X)=0'
>
>d is the symbol [RS][T]
>
>4. Select X and press [SOLVE]
>5. Press ON to exit
>
>At this point level 1 shows X1.5); now, this is the problem:
>
>6. Replace the value for X=1.2
>7. Enter again to NUM.SLV and select 1
>8. Select X (that shows 1.2) and press [SOLVE]
>
>49G gets X:1.5 > OK
>50g gets X:1.200001 > ??
>
>Any ides for this peculiar result?... maybe the solution is PURGE
>variable but no coincidence for both models (or ROM)?
>
> Gaak 
2: Enter Eq: 'dX(X^2+3*X)=0'
1: Enter 'X'
Enter ZEROS
OK

Re: ROM 2.09  Solve Equation Problem
On 9 oct, 06:08, Damir wrote:
> On Wed, 8 Oct 2008 10:41:21 0700 (PDT), Gaak
> wrote:
>
>
>
> >Hi,
>
> >This is a comparison with same flags between 49G (1.196) and 50g
> >(2.09)
> >Assume default values...
>
> >1. Enter to NUM.SLV
> >2. Select Solve equation..
> >3. Enter Eq: 'dX(X^2+3*X)=0'
>
> >d is the symbol [RS][T]
>
> >4. Select X and press [SOLVE]
> >5. Press ON to exit
>
> >At this point level 1 shows X1.5); now, this is the problem:
>
> >6. Replace the value for X=1.2
> >7. Enter again to NUM.SLV and select 1
> >8. Select X (that shows 1.2) and press [SOLVE]
>
> >49G gets X:1.5 > OK
> >50g gets X:1.200001 > ??
>
> >Any ides for this peculiar result?... maybe the solution is PURGE
> >variable but no coincidence for both models (or ROM)?
>
> > Gaak 
>
> 2: Enter Eq: 'dX(X^2+3*X)=0'
> 1: Enter 'X'
> * * *Enter ZEROS
> * * *OK
The solution is OK but, the problem is with Equation Solver, ROM 2.09
(and similar).
This is a bug?...
 Gaak 

Re: ROM 2.09  Solve Equation Problem
if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, sounds like a duck, smells...
"Gaak" wrote in message
news:c738a4355ea2485b93626917916c71b8@l64g2000hse.googlegroups.com...
On 9 oct, 06:08, Damir wrote:
> On Wed, 8 Oct 2008 10:41:21 0700 (PDT), Gaak
> wrote:
>
>
>
> >Hi,
>
> >This is a comparison with same flags between 49G (1.196) and 50g
> >(2.09)
> >Assume default values...
>
> >1. Enter to NUM.SLV
> >2. Select Solve equation..
> >3. Enter Eq: 'dX(X^2+3*X)=0'
>
> >d is the symbol [RS][T]
>
> >4. Select X and press [SOLVE]
> >5. Press ON to exit
>
> >At this point level 1 shows X1.5); now, this is the problem:
>
> >6. Replace the value for X=1.2
> >7. Enter again to NUM.SLV and select 1
> >8. Select X (that shows 1.2) and press [SOLVE]
>
> >49G gets X:1.5 > OK
> >50g gets X:1.200001 > ??
>
> >Any ides for this peculiar result?... maybe the solution is PURGE
> >variable but no coincidence for both models (or ROM)?
>
> > Gaak 
>
> 2: Enter Eq: 'dX(X^2+3*X)=0'
> 1: Enter 'X'
> Enter ZEROS
> OK
The solution is OK but, the problem is with Equation Solver, ROM 2.09
(and similar).
This is a bug?...
 Gaak 