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Decompose Complex Number (Sharp EL-W516T/516X) - Matt Agajanian - 08-23-2023 05:38 PM
Okay. So only the real part of a value stays in M or ANS, here’s what I tried: Based on what you mentioned, I think you’re onto something! Okay. So only the real part of a value stays in M or ANS, here’s what I tried: For the EL-W516T: In Complex mode, let’s say 3+5i is the result. STO M (M retains the real part in NORMAL mode) Imag( ANS = [this gives the imaginary part as the result which is stored in ANS]. So, when I switch to NORMAL, the real part (3) is in M and the complex part (5) is in ANS. It looks like that’s the trick for the 516T. Now, here’s the trick for the 516X: In Complex Mode: Store Complex Number in register M Calculate -(M*i) Switch to COMP mode !!BEFORE STARTING ANY COMPUTATION, STORE Ans IN ANOTHER REGISTER!! Real part of Complex number is in M Imaginary part of Complex number is in Ans or other register |