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HP 35s User Manual

Scientific calculator - using the built-in constants
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HP 35s Using the built-in constants
The built-in constants
Practice using the built-in constants

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  • Page 1 HP 35s Using the built-in constants The built-in constants Practice using the built-in constants...
  • Page 2 The HP 35s displays between 4 to 6 constants on the screen, depending on which “page” of the constant menu is being viewed. The first two pages are shown in example 1 below. To move from one page to the next, you can press Ø to move down a page or ×...
  • Page 3 Now compute the number of times faster the probe would have to travel to reach 10% of the speed of light by dividing the two values. ¯ In algebraic mode, press: 4¹Üϯ10Õ¯ Now convert the space probe’s speed to meters per second. hp calculators - 3 - HP 35S Using the built-in constants - Version 1.1...
  • Page 4 The space probe would have to travel over two million times faster than its present speed to reach 10% of the speed of light. Figure 6 shows the result in algebraic mode. hp calculators - 4 - HP 35S Using the built-in constants - Version 1.1...