nroot vs nrot (norge)

Eyvinn Magnus Solberg shared this problem 3 weeks ago
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Når vi bruker nroot(x,n) på norsk CAS 6.0 får vi feil. Den norske versjonen nrot(x,n) fungerer fint. Går det an å bare fjerne nroot?

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yes... same problem in French (same screenshot)

we have to write this :

58b7c1ab62483018b2d0f40916d8fd60

and it is ok

88174f190ccb534fe2ca92c6126d21fa

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when I try to write "nroot(x,n)" the same thing happens

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Sorry, I don't understand why you think that's a bug

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detail

/w8rF24k3gZRewAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==

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What are the precise steps to get that to happen?

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open ver 6

type nro

clic in first popuped nroot(<x>,<n>)

the second is the translation of the first and works OK

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I type "nroo" and press either Return og Tab to type in the values for x and n, and the expression shows.

Also if I type "nroot(" to try to fill in the values directly I get the expression above.

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When you click here

32a4243c7b731cd7873dbd1bc46b6780


you get this

98e17cbfd9bfa3f90a888b8374c3d12f

instead of this

fdc4847497994687a718ae10ebd64c61

Because if you write this

2ff8b31d20c7bdb005bc1416369f02cf

nothing appears


Edit : sorry for my first post : without parenthesis it doesn"t work either

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Fixed (probably for v611)

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