Using register arithmetic

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- Page 1 HP 35s Using Register Arithmetic Variables and Memory Registers Practice Examples: Calculating Using STO Arithmetic Calculating Using RCL Arithmetic in RPN mode Storage Arithmetic in a Program...
- Page 2 That training aid then gives more information on the various other uses of memory registers. When an equation is typed on the HP 35s, it can use variables with names from A through Z. For example an equation 3X²...
- Page 3 In algebraic mode, it is necessary to key the following to perform a STO+ equivalent. NOTE: The resulting value displayed is different in algebraic mode when compared to RPN mode. Figure 4 assumes algebraic mode. ÙhTºeT Figure 4 hp calculators - 3 - HP 35s Using Register Arithmetic - Version 1.0...
- Page 4 As these examples show, STO and RCL arithmetic make some calculations easier to carry out. It is generally quicker to use a STO or RCL arithmetic operation rather than to RCL a number, calculate with it, and then STO the result. Quite hp calculators - 4 - HP 35s Using Register Arithmetic - Version 1.0...
- Page 5 This training aid has shown how STO and RCL arithmetic can be useful in keyboard calculations and in programming. With experience, users can find many occasions where storage arithmetic on the HP 35s is a real help in their work.