Question about HP 35s Scientific Calculator
I've been an HP 32Sii user for over 15 years a roof leekage took the caluclator to it's grave, replaced it with a HP 35s.
I use the polar to rectangular conversion daily, how do you extract the solutions from an polar to rectangular calculation and store the X, Y or the R, angle into memory?
Given a complex number, ARG (yellow-shift i) will give you the angle in the current angular mode, while ABS (blue-shift +/-) will give you the magnitude.
To extract the real and imaginary components, you'll have to use the relationships
x = r cos(a) and y = r sin(a).
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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