Hi, I'm new to the forum. I'm an electrical engineer and was drawn to this forum as a site to help me answer a question about my new HP 35s calculator:
How do I enter Euler's equation using the 35s?
Euler's equation is e exp(i*pi) + 1 = 0
I can't get the calculator to put the complex pi in the exponent. I can do this with my HP 42s but the 35s keeps converting it to a real number. Any suggestions?
When entering the imaginary part of a complex number from a stored variable or constant weird things happen. It just isn't acceptable so the calculator goes back - too bad, otherwise it was a nice calculator. I'll just stay with my HP 42s - it's a real work horse.