Soloving equatins with complex numbers?

02062015, 10:08 PM
(This post was last modified: 02062015 10:26 PM by Vebb.)
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Soloving equatins with complex numbers?
Hi, as the title says, is there a program for the HP Prime that can solove equations with 110 variables AJ(for example) and complex numbers:
This is to be use for calculating AC current with node voltage and mesh current. Example: 4*B+5*A*i(complex) = 0 B = 3 I know that there is a program for the HP 50G, but I have the HP Prime... So I found this thread: http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread264...ht=complex Is is right that this is not supported? Would I have to get the HP 50G to solove these equations in any efficent time frame (as I have quite many of these equations to solove...) thx for helping 

02072015, 08:48 AM
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RE: Soloving equatins with complex numbers?
Hello Vebb,
you can simply use the "solve" command in CAS. Here an example. I stored the 2 equations in e1 and e2 because it is more readable but you can write them directly in the "solve". Then you can simplify to have the answer in a+b*i form and approx (shift enter) to have the numerical value. Regards reto 

02072015, 12:18 PM
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RE: Soloving equatins with complex numbers?
Thx alot, will defintly be doing this
(02072015 08:48 AM)retoa Wrote: Hello Vebb, 

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