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Variables not appearing in differentiation and integration

For example when I input:
d(x^2,x)
it outputs
"2."
instead of the expected 2x

also, if I integrate:
S(x,x)
it outputs
".5"
instead of x^2/2

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What you do is go to the home screen and hit f6 and hit 'clear a-z' that will clear all variables from being numeric variables.

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Probably a value stored in the "x" variable (guessing x=1)
try the following, type or look for the "Define" function: Define X=X and see what happens, also try Cleaning the variables "F6>cleanup, etc" as a last resource do factory reset, but first archive your important files (not very recomended as some of them may contain the variable's value and just not solve this)

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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