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HP Prime Error: Summation Upper Bound > 1000 - HP Pioneer - 10-25-2013

Entering a summation with an upper bound > 1000 returns an error?

Example:
Summation of X^2 from X=1 to 1000 returns a very fast result.
Increasing the upper bound to 1001 or higher returns
Error: Invalid Input

Software version 2013 8 13.

Bug? Others have same issue?




Re: HP Prime Error: Summation Upper Bound > 1000 - debrouxl - 10-25-2013

That's an artificial limitation inherited from the more limited 39gII. It's likely that HP will lift it.


Re: HP Prime Error: Summation Upper Bound > 1000 - steindid - 10-25-2013

http://www.hpmuseum.org/cgi-sys/cgiwrap/hpmuseum/archv021.cgi?read=251203#251203

DS