Question about MROOT function  Printable Version + HP Forums (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum) + Forum: HP Museum Forums (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum/forum1.html) + Forum: Old HP Forum Archives (https://archived.hpcalc.org/museumforum/forum2.html) + Thread: Question about MROOT function (/thread204392.html) 
Question about MROOT function  Namir  11082011 Hi All RPL experts! I am trying to see how an HP50G can find the roots at least two simultaneous nonlinear equations. Does the function MROOT do the job. If so, how does one use it?
Namir
Re: Question about MROOT function  Crawl  11082011 Use MSLV. The manual is here: http://www.ele.uri.edu/faculty/vetter/Otherstuff/HPcalculators/HP50g/HP_50g_advanced_users_reference_manual.pdf
Re: Question about MROOT function  Bart (UK)  11082011 See here for the AUR with linked contents, index and bookmarks: Re: Question about MROOT function  Marcus von Cube, Germany  11082011
Quote:
Does this answer your question, Namir?
Re: Question about MROOT function  Hal Bitton in Boise  11082011 Hi Namir,
The (skimpy) AUR documentation makes no reference as to how the equations are to be stored in the EQ variable...(as a list, a vector, or what?). I tried both of the above to no avail. I got either
Can somebody post an example using this function? Re: Question about MROOT function  Namir  11092011 My attempts to use MSLV have failed!!! I must say that TI does a MUCH BETTER job with the TI NSpire CX CAS. The machine makes it soooo easy to define how many equations, declare the variable names, and then enter the equations. You can optionally assign initial guesses AND specify the range for the solutions. My guess is that this is the work of an exHP employee. Namir
Edited: 9 Nov 2011, 7:22 a.m.
Re: Question about MROOT function  Namir  11092011 Bart, Thanks for the bookmarked version of the AUR manual. I know it is a lot of work to add the bookmarks.
Namir Edited: 9 Nov 2011, 7:23 a.m.
Re: Question about MROOT function  Crawl  11092011 What's the problem?
Re: Question about MROOT function  Crawl  11092011 Anyway, I made an animated GIF of me using MSLV once:
First enter the equations, then the variables, then the initial guess. Those are all entered as row vectors.
Re: Question about MROOT function  Eddie W. Shore  11092011 Quote: Use STEQ to store the equation. It is in the catalog or it can be typed.
Re: Question about MROOT function  Eddie W. Shore  11092011 Quote:
So the syntax is:
Re: Question about MROOT function  Namir  11092011 Very nice!! I will try again!! I know the HP50G is a very capable machine. It should be easy to solve the multiple roots for two or three nonlinear equations. Namir
PS: It worked. I realized my mistaked. Here is the example: x*y4=0
I entered the following: ['X*Y6','X^2+Y^331'] Originally I was leaving out the single quotes and getting syntax error messages from the machine. When I made the correct input and then executed MSLV, I watched the machine update the guesses for the roots (at the top of the LCD) as they converged to the solutions x=2 and y=3. Thanks!!
Edited: 10 Nov 2011, 5:02 a.m. after one or more responses were posted
Re: Question about MROOT function  Hal Bitton in Boise  11092011 Well, certainly MSLV has been decloaked and shown to work very well. Re: Question about MROOT function  Crawl  11092011 I don't have my HP50g here to test this with, but I don't think I do it with the "entering quotes" method. I'll probably go to Matrix Writer to enter the vectors, and from there Equation Writer to enter the equations (or if you prefer RPN, build up the equations on the stack, then copy and past them into Matrix Writer). I think the Matrix Writer defaults to Vectors (if it's 1xn or nx1), so if you enter them on a row, the syntax should work itself out for you.
Also, (2,3) doesn't solve x*y4=0...
Re: Question about MROOT function  Software49g  11092011 Hello, > Has anybody gotten MROOT to work? MROOT is used in HP's EQNLIB and in mine through GUIMES. It is explained in the original documentation of HP's EQNLIB and in my documentation to GUIMES.
HTH, Re: Question about MROOT function  Namir  11102011 Ooops! That was a typo. I meant: X*Y6=0 I corrected that in my original message.
Namir
