Programming Equations



#2

Is there a way to program or save several frequently used (and complex) formulas to be used later in the Solver application of a HP48GX, instead of having to reenter the entire equation every time?

I'm feeling rather stupid that I haven't been able to figure this out.

Any help is appreciated.


#3

Sure, just enter the equation on the stack, enter a variable name, then hit STO. Set up different directories as necessary to keep things organized. When you're in the solver, hit CAT to bring up a list of equations.


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