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HP 35s Solving numeric integration problems Numeric integration Using the integration function Practice solving numeric integration problems...
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Note that using the integration function uses much more of the calculator's memory than any other operation and, although highly unlikely, if a MEMORY FULL message is shown, refer to appendix B in the HP 35s manual for more information on what steps to take.
The display should look similar to the one shown in Figure 1. Note, if you have other equations already in the HP 35s calculator, the top line of the display may not indicate "3*3 lin. solve" but may show another equation.
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In RPN mode, the uncertainty is shown in the second level of the stack. (X) from 0 to ∏. Use FIX 4 as the display setting. Make sure the HP 35s is in Example 2: Integrate the function Sin radians mode.
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Y level of the stack, in Figure 8 (assuming RPN mode). Example 3: Integrate the function shown below from 0 to 2∏. Use FIX 4 as the display setting. Make sure the HP 35s is in radians mode.
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In RPN mode: In algebraic mode: Integrate the function using X as the variable of integration. After a few moments, the HP 35s will display the answer shown below. Figure 12 Now view the uncertainty of the result. In RPN mode:...