I have an issue with the Ti- Nspire program. When I run the command: solve(sin(x)=−0.2|0≤x≤2pi,x) it equals = x=6.28319*n1-0.201358 or x=6.28319*n1+3.34295.
How do I get it to not do the "n1"? I interpret (n1 ) to be a random number to be inserted for example 0 or 1. So how would I make it stop doing that?
*I'm not a native english speaking person so sorry for any misunderstandings.
Date: 15 Jan 2015 09:40
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n1 represents any integer. This information can be found in the TI-Nspire guidebook, under the entry for the solve() function. The guidebook is freely available in PDF format at education.ti.com in several languages.
You can't make the calculator return the solution without n1, even giving the constraint 0≤x≤2pi. You can, however, solve each of the solutions given to determine which values of n1 result in x meeting that constraint.