Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers

02292020, 02:28 AM
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Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers
Hello,
I recently discovered that my CG50 can't evaluate hyperbolic functions of complex numbers such as cosh(2*i) or sinh(2+2*i) Giving me a "Nonreal ERROR". It's important to point out that other calculators such as the HP Prime and TI Nspire can do this with no problem. If you're asking yourself why I need this: calculating impedance parameters of power distribution lines. I tried both rad and deg modes and my calculator is in Complex mode. Latest OS installed. Any ideas on how why this isn't working? It's a shame because I really expected this calculator to do this. Thanks 

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Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers  Dands  02292020 02:28 AM
RE: Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers  Steve Simpkin  02292020, 05:58 AM
RE: Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers  Dands  02292020, 08:37 AM
RE: Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers  Steve Simpkin  02292020, 08:03 PM
RE: Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers  Dands  02292020, 09:30 PM
RE: Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers  ijabbott  02292020, 05:00 PM
RE: Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers  Dands  02292020, 05:02 PM
RE: Casio fxCG50  Hyperbolic functions of complex numbers  Eddie W. Shore  03012020, 04:54 AM

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