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    integrating with the ti 89

    i had another quick question....

    can the ti 89 integrate matrices...

    if i had the matrix..


    10e^(3t/2) 2e^t/2

    3e^(3t/2) e^(t/2)
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    Quote Originally Posted by slapmaxwell1 View Post
    i had another quick question....

    can the ti 89 integrate matrices...

    if i had the matrix..


    10e^(3t/2) 2e^t/2

    3e^(3t/2) e^(t/2)
    You will need to integrate each entry seperately.
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    when i tried to enter the term i got an error message, can you tell me what is the proper format for integrating an e expression...say 10e^(3t/2)
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    Are you typing

    " \int(10e^(3t/2),t)"

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    see this link

    TI-89 tutorial
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr fantastic View Post
    You will need to integrate each entry seperately.
    i should probably further explain why im asking these series of questions....

    Im trying to solve a variation of parameters problem on my ti 89, well im trying to do as much of the matrix manipulations as i can on the ti 89.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEmptySet View Post
    see this link

    TI-89 tutorial
    thx for the link, i wasnt inserting the comma or the x at the end of the problem.
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