# Solucion de ecuaciones hp50g

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HP 50g Solving linear systems of equations using matrices

The Numeric Solver Solving linear systems of equations Practice solving linear systems

hp calculators HP 50g Solving linear systems of equations using matrices The Numeric Solver The HP 50g has a numeric solver that can find the solutions to many different types of problems. It is invoked by pressing the ORANGEshift key followed by the 7 key, or …Ï. When pressed, the CHOOSE box below is displayed:

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The first choice allows for the solution of an equation containing a number of unknowns. The second choice solves differential equation problems. The third choice solves for zeroes of a polynomial. The fourth choice to solve linear systems of equations is the one of interest here. The fifthchoice invokes the finance solver. The sixth choice begins the multiple equation solver. To select the linear systems solver, press 4`. The 50g displays the following screen:

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There are three input areas on this form. The first area is labeled A: and is where the matrix containing the coefficients of the system of linear equations are entered. The second area is labeled B: and is wherethe constants from the system of equations are entered. The third area is where the values of the unknown variables X in the systems of linear equations are returned when a solution is found. To enter the coefficients in a matrix, press !!!EDIT!! when the cursor is beside the area labeled A: and the MatrixWriter is launched.

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In many ways, this screen works like any spreadsheet. Enternumbers and they will go in the highlighted cell. The menu labels at the lower left corner of the screen, !!!GO!! and !!GO°!, determine the direction the cursor moves after a data point has been entered, either right to the next column or down to the next row. In this example, the selection is to move right after each data point has been entered. This is indicated by the square present next tothe !!!GO!! menu label. To change the way the cursor will move, press the menu label for the direction desired and the square in the menu label will change accordingly. If a column is too small to show the data entered, the !!!WID!! and !!±WID!!! menu keys may be used to expand or shrink the area displayed for each column. Enter the first coefficient from the first equation by keying in thenumbers and pressing the `key. The cursor will move to the right into the second column where the second coefficient should be keyed with the `key pressed to accept this value. At this point, the cursor will be in column 3. If the system of linear equations being entered has more than two unknown variables, continue entering the data until done. Use the ˜ and š keys to move back to the first column andenter the coefficients from the second

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HP 50g Solving linear systems of equations using matrices

hp calculators HP 50g Solving linear systems of equations using matrices equation. Continue entering rows of data into the matrix until done. If at any time you notice a mistake in the data, use the arrow keys to go back to the incorrect data value, key in thecorrection, press the ` key to accept the change, and then use the arrow keys to go back to where you were. After entering a matrix, the screen would look something like this:

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To accept the data as input, press the `key and the matrix will be returned to the system of linear equations solver.

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To enter the constants for the linear equations, press the ˜key and press the menulabel !!!EDIT!! above the A key. The MatrixWriter will be brought up a second time to enter the constants. Note that the constants are entered as a column of numbers rather than a row. Enter the numbers the same way that the coefficients were entered.

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When the `key is pressed, the constants are returned to the linear equation system solver in the B: area, as shown below.

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