Using rpn mode

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- User manual (382 pages) ,
- Quick start manual (60 pages) ,
- Instruction manual (8 pages)

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HP 35s Using RPN Mode

Calculation modes

A simple example in RPN

Functions of a single number in RPN

Arithmetic calculations with two numbers

Another example - the area of a piece of carpet

RPN mode in detail

Making corrections

Functions of two numbers

Example – which stepladder?

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- Page 1 HP 35s Using RPN Mode Calculation modes A simple example in RPN Functions of a single number in RPN Arithmetic calculations with two numbers Another example - the area of a piece of carpet RPN mode in detail...
- Page 2 HP 35s Using RPN Mode Calculation modes The HP 35s allows calculations to be made in “RPN” mode, in “algebraic” mode, or in “Equation” mode. Algebraic and Equation modes and programs are described in other training aids. RPN mode is the traditional way most HP calculators work. To add 1 and 2, keys are pressed in the order 1Ï2Ù.
- Page 3 This puts the 6 in the calculator, ENTER separates it from the next number Ï The number 6 is in X and in Y after ENTER is pressed hp calculators - 3 - HP 35s Using RPN Mode - Version 1.0...
- Page 4 Y down into X, Z to Y, T to Z and X to T. º; is called “roll up” and moves the stack in the opposite direction, X up to Y and so on. hp calculators - 4 - HP 35s Using RPN Mode - Version 1.0...
- Page 5 The calculation is 2 using the ) key. In RPN mode, put 2 in the Y register, put 10 in the X register, then press ) hp calculators - 5 - HP 35s Using RPN Mode - Version 1.0...
- Page 6 HP 35s by seeing what angle each ladder will make with the vertical when you lea...
- Page 7 Nevertheless, many users find that algebraic ode is less well suited to such step-by-step calculations, especially because ºÍ must be used repeatedly to bring back the results of previous calculations. hp calculators - 7 - HP 35s Using RPN Mode - Version 1.0...