How do I learn RPL and solve this problem with it?

09262017, 06:37 PM
(This post was last modified: 09262017 06:41 PM by Claudio L..)
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RE: How do I learn RPL and solve this problem with it?
(09262017 02:55 PM)pier4r Wrote: I meant: the list of resistors (that are 96) is good to have in a precomputed form. Here's an idea for you: just have a list of the 12 basic ones, counting from 1.0, 1.2,1.5... You can always split a number with MANT and XPON. Since MANT gives you the mantissa 1.0 < x < 10.0 it works perfect. All we need to add is a 10 at the end of the list, and we are guaranteed the mantissa falls within the list. Then at the end we can multiply back by the XPON and there you go, or you can multiply the list by the XPON first, and work with the whole number, your choice. EDIT: Just to clarify, not to multiply directly by the XPON, but by the ALOG of the XPON. 

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