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How To Convert Complex Number In Rectangular Coordinates To Polar Form


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#1 balbazar

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Posted 21 November 2009 - 07:18 PM

Hi,
How can I convert a complex number in rectangular coordinates to polar form using 9750? Thanks.

#2 alias4399

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Posted 22 November 2009 - 09:17 AM

Hey balbazar,

I think you do it using the Rec( and Pol( commands, for example to convert 5+3i into polar coordinates:

Pol(5,3) = ...

As for how to access the Pol( and Rec( commands, I believe you press Optn->F6-> .. ? I cant quite remember, and I don't have the calculator on me at the moment. I hope you find it out. :)

#3 balbazar

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Posted 22 November 2009 - 02:46 PM

Hey balbazar,

I think you do it using the Rec( and Pol( commands, for example to convert 5+3i into polar coordinates:

Pol(5,3) = ...

As for how to access the Pol( and Rec( commands, I believe you press Optn->F6-> .. ? I cant quite remember, and I don't have the calculator on me at the moment. I hope you find it out. :)


Thanks it's like (Told in manual)
Optn->F6>Choose Angle>F6>F1 or F2 (Choose Rec or Pol)




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