I have a HP 17bII+ and am thinking of getting a HP Prime but only if it offers a similar SOLVER function.

I have solver functions in my 17bII+ to calculate the following:

Black Scholes (uses 0xL(B:1...), ABS, L(D:L...), etc.. functions)

Standard Deviation Rate of Return (uses summation, SIZES, ITEM, etc.. functions)

sin,cos,tan - not required in the PRIME :)

Normal Prob DF - (uses the EXP, SQRT function)

Normal Cumul DF

and a Date function - (uses DDAYS function)

Are these programs translatable into the HP Prime programming language? I've tried to copy and paste the following into the simulator (as an example):

0*L(D1:(LN(PS/PE)+(RF%/100+S^2/2)*T)/S/SQRT(T))

*L(D2:D1-S*SQRT(T))*D2*PUTV+PS*ABS(IF(D1<0;0;-1)

+SIGMA(I:1:5:1:ITEM(NORM:I)*SPPV(23.16419*ABS(D1):I))

/EXP(D1^2/2))-PE/EXP(RF%*T/100)*ABS(IF(D2<0:0:-1)

+SIGMA(I:1:5:1:ITEM(NORM:I)*SPPV(23.16419*ABS(D2):I))

/EXP(D2^2/2))-CALLV+0*L(PUTV:CALLV-PS+PE/EXP(RF%*T/100))

but I get a syntax errors so I dont think they are compatible.

Can the Prime do everything the 17bII+ can do? If so, I would like to replace my 17bII+ with something a bit more flashier.