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Switch to the SP2 directory.
SP2
I
ENTER
I
Check the current path.
PATH
3:
{ HOME EE SPl )
2:
10
1:
12
GImllml!lmmDD'iIDl1ll!la1:!Dlll
3:
10
2:
12
1:
{ HOME EE SP2 )
GImllml!lmmDD'iIDl1ll!la1:!Dlll
Note that HOME and EE are in the current path, as they were when
SP1 was the current directory, but SP1 doesn't appear now. As a re-
sult, you can still find the variables in HOME (such as RENAME) and
in EE (such as EQ1), but not the variables in SP1 (EQ, R1, R2, and
R3); now you can create new variables Rl, R2, and R3.
Step 2: Define the same expression to be EQ.
As before, use STEQ to store the name EQ1 in the variable EQ.
CJ
EQ1
I
SOLV
I
STEQ
3:
10
2:
12
1:
{ HOME EE SP2 )
IfmlIIfi!1RB'U1DmW6I!llI1I1ilmD
Step 3: Use the Solver as before to assign values and evaluate the
expression. Suppose the values for the new problem are
R1
=
11,
Select the Solver menu.
SOLVlt
Assign the values.
11
[}ID
21
[-If?:]
7 [=-R3]
R2
= 21,
R3
= 7
3:
10
2:
12
1:
{ HOME EE SP2 )
[liJ[liJI:iL1i]ffi)c:::Jc:::J
~ru-
12
1:
{ HOME EE SP2 )
[liJ[liJI:iL1i]ffi)c:::Jc:::J
4: Repeating Calculations
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