Description: Isolate Variable Command: Returns an algebraic symb
occurrence of variable global.
The result symb
isolate the first occurrence of global on the left side of the equation.
is an expression, it is treated as the left side of an equation symb
If global appears in the argument of a function within symb
function, that is, a function for which the hp49g+/hp48gII provides an inverse. Thus ISOL
cannot solve IP(x)=0 for x, since IP has no inverse.
ISOL is identical to SOLVE.
Principal Solution (-1), Numerical Results (–3)
COLCT, EXPAN, QUAD, SHOW, SOLVE
Determine the characteristics of a 2-d or 3-d linear isometry.
Test if a number is prime. For large numbers test if the number is pseudoprime.
Description: Converts an integer into a real number.
Exact mode must be set (flag –105 clear). Numeric mode must not be set (flag –3 clear). The
flags affect the output only if the input is not an integer.
Level 1/Argument 1: An integer.
Level 1/Item 1: The integer converted to a real number.
NUM, R I, XNUM
Diagonalization, or Jordan cycle decomposition, of a matrix.
Compute the basis of the kernel of a linear application.
Description: Kermit Error Message Command: Returns the text of the most recent Kermit error packet.
If a Kermit transfer fails due to an error packet sent from the connected Kermit device to the
hp49g+/hp48gII, then executing KERRM retrieves and displays the error message. (Kermit
errors not in packets are retrieved by ERRM rather than KERRM.)
FINISH, KGET, PKT, RECN, RECV, SEND, SERVER
3-88 Full Command and Function Reference
is an equation of the form global = expression. If global appears more than once,
is effectively the right side of an equation obtained by rearranging and solving symb
Level 2/Argument 1
Level 1/Argument 2
Level 1/Argument 1
that rearranges symb
, that function must be an analytic
( Îis the left-shift of the 7key).
to "isolate" the first
Level 1/Item 1
Level 1/Item 1