# Coordinate Conversion; Absolute Value Calculation; Engineering Notation; Display Values Exchange - Canon X Mark I Pro User Instruction

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## Coordinate Conversion

With polar coordinates, you can calculate and Display θ
within the range of –180º < θ ≤ 180º. (Same as Radian and
Gradient)
In Maths mode, press
calculation result.
In Line mode, (x,y) or (r, θ) will be shown over 2 lines.
After conversion, the results will automatically be assigned to
memory variables X and Y. Press
show the results.
Rectangular Coordinates
(Rec)
: Convert rectangular coordinates (x, y) to polar
coordinates (r, θ); Press
for θ. ......
EX #29
: Convert polar coordinates (r, θ) to rectangular
coordinates (x, y); Press
for y. ......
EX #30

EX #31

### Engineering Notation

EX #32
or
to scroll the through
or
to
Polar Coordinates (Pol)
for r, or
for x, or

### Display Values Exchange

In Maths mode, press
value between fraction form
Decimal form, √ form
In Line mode, press
result value between fraction form
and √ calculation will display the decimal value only.
EX #33
NOTE:
• In some Calculation results, pressing
convert the display value.
• Some display result conversion may take a long time.

### Complex Number Calculations

Complex numbers can be expressed by rectangular form (z = a + bi)
or polar form (r
). Where " a " is the real number part, " bi " is the
imaginary number (and i is the imaginary unit equal to square root of
–1,
), " r " is the absolute value, and "
-1
complex number.
Imaginary axis ( i )
4
0
14
to change the calculation result
Decimal form,
form
Decimal form.
to ONLY change the calculation
Decimal form, the other
key will not
" is the argument of the
r
3
Real axis

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