10-10-2014, 01:34 AM

From my latest blog entry at: http://edspi31415.blogspot.com/2014/10/w...umber.html

Here are three utilities you may find useful for the HP35S:

Extract the real part of a complex number:

The complex number is on the X stack.

A001 LBL A

A002 ENTER

A003 ABS

A004 x<>y

A005 ARG

A006 COS

A007 x

A008 RTN

Extract the imaginary part of a complex number:

The complex number is on the X stack.

B001 LBL B

B002 ENTER

B003 ABS

B004 x<>y

B005 ARG

B006 SIN

B007 x

B008 RTN

Polar to Rectangular Conversion:

Calculate a+bi, given:

* angle (argument) stored in X and,

* modulus (absolute value) Y:

C001 LBL C

C002 RCL X

C003 COS

C004 RCLx Y

C005 RCL X

C006 SIN

C007 RCLx Y

C008 i

C009 x

C010 +

C011 RTN

Question: Do you want me to post a link here every time I update my blog? I talk about HP calculators a lot (not always, but a majority of the time). Thank, Eddie

Here are three utilities you may find useful for the HP35S:

Extract the real part of a complex number:

The complex number is on the X stack.

A001 LBL A

A002 ENTER

A003 ABS

A004 x<>y

A005 ARG

A006 COS

A007 x

A008 RTN

Extract the imaginary part of a complex number:

The complex number is on the X stack.

B001 LBL B

B002 ENTER

B003 ABS

B004 x<>y

B005 ARG

B006 SIN

B007 x

B008 RTN

Polar to Rectangular Conversion:

Calculate a+bi, given:

* angle (argument) stored in X and,

* modulus (absolute value) Y:

C001 LBL C

C002 RCL X

C003 COS

C004 RCLx Y

C005 RCL X

C006 SIN

C007 RCLx Y

C008 i

C009 x

C010 +

C011 RTN

Question: Do you want me to post a link here every time I update my blog? I talk about HP calculators a lot (not always, but a majority of the time). Thank, Eddie