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Hi SOLVE// 1 {SOLVE}
"rTsI
"rTs]
3000rR7sl
W? 10.0000
H78.5000
V?2,l 25.0000
L=35.2941
Starts program B to
solve for L. Prompts
for unknown variables.
To keep a same value,
just press CrTs!. Solves
for the length.
Example: The Equation off Linear Motion. The equation of motion
for a free-falling object is:
d = v0t + Vigt2
where d is the distance, v0 is the initial velocity, f is the time, and g is
the acceleration due to gravity. Setting the equation equal to zero and
simplifying it yields
0 = n>0 + #/2) ~ d.
The following program evaluates this function:
M01
M02
1183
FI04
M05
1186
M07
(108
1109
N10
Mil
Ml 2
Ml 3
LBL M
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
RCL G
2
RCLx T
RCL+ V
RCLx T
RCL-
D
RTN
The acceleration due to gravity, g, is included as a variable to allow
you to change it for working with different units:
g = 9.8 m/s2 = 32.2 ft/s2.
Enter the above program (LBL M). Calculate how far an object falls in
5 seconds, starting from rest.
7: Solving for an Unknown Variable in an Equation
115

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