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HP Prime nagative angle problem - unigraph - 11-21-2014 02:11 PM
Hi, I' using HP Prime (Application version: 20140702 v6031, Operating system version: V0.032.6030) when I 'm in the Home View (Angle Measure: Degrees) and enter for example -0.2535241 and want to convert it in DMS (using decimal to sexagesimal conversion key) I get this 0°15'12.68676" without a minus. This is only problem when the angle is negative and it has 0°. Is this a bug? RE: HP Prime nagative angle problem - Tim Wessman - 11-21-2014 03:08 PM
Yes, it is. Note that is is purely display purposes and the negative is actually there. If it falls between -1 and 0 this happens. Sorry! :-( RE: HP Prime nagative angle problem - Helge Gabert - 11-22-2014 04:01 AM
The negative sign of the angle is there, if you use it in the next calculation. But if you grab it from the history screen after some intermediate calculations (say, a couple rows up), the negative sign will be lost. RE: HP Prime nagative angle problem - unigraph - 11-22-2014 10:00 PM
Ugh, I didn't notice it. Thanks for warning. |