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Evaluating And Solving Equations An Example - HP -22S Owner's Manual

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Evaluating and Solving
Equations
An Example
6
1 EVAL I
and
1 SOLVE I
allow you to do calculations involving variables.
For example, suppose you frequently need to determine the volume of
a straight section of pipe. The equation is:
V
=
.25 'If'd
2
1
where d is the inside diameter of the pipe, and I is its length. You
could key in the calculation over and over; for example, .25
0
.@
o
2.5
.~016
calculates the volume of 16 inches of 21f2-inch pipe.
However, storing the equation saves keystrokes and lets you use the
calculator to '"remember' the relationship between diameter, length,
and volume.
Keys:
Display:
.1
EQUATIONS
I
Description:
Displays the list of
equations.
If necessary, press [!] until the HP-22S displays
TYPE NEW EQN.
Then:
ISTOI V
G
.250.@0
1
STO I D
[Z)
2
V=
V=.25xtrx
V=.25XtrXOA2
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6: Evaluating and Solving Equations
1 STO I
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