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- L015 Trapezoidal Rule and Simpson's Rule
- 501961210153 Gb
- HP50g - Advanced users reference manual
- DialogBox - More Programming Commands
- ProgHP
- L011 Newton's Method
- 00_SE00 Training Aid Introduction
- L032 the Polynomial Solver
- L031 the Matrix Menus
- L030 the Matrix Writer and Matrix Arithmetics
- L029 3 Dimensional Graphics
- L028 Multivariate and Complex Fuctions
- L027 Vector Calculus
- L025 Basic Vector Operations
- L024 Function Agreement
- L023 Random Numbers and Custom Menus
- L022 Polar Coordinates and Graphics
- L021 Graphing Parametric Functions
- L020 Taylor Polynomials
- L019 Series

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In two dimensional space there are two commonly used coordinate systems, rectangular and polar (see Lesson 22). In three dimensional space, there are three commonly used coordinate systems, rectangular, cylindrical and spherical. The second enunciator at the top of the calculator will show XYZ, RZ or R, respectively to indicate that the calculator is in rectangular, cylindrical, or spherical mode. To change the coordinate mode, press MODE, scroll down to Coord System, press F2-CHOOS and select the desired system from the three presented in the drop down list. Notice that there is no Cylindrical on the list. Choosing Polar puts the calculator in polar form for two dimensional space and in cylindrical form for three dimensional space. Alternatively, with Coord System selected, you can press the +/- key and cycle through the three choices. The vector [x y z] in rectangular form will be [p q z] in cylindrical form and [r q v] in spherical form. The symbol can be typed from the keyboard by pressing AS > RS > 6. To start the example that follows, set the calculator to RECTANGULAR, DEGREE, and FIX 2. Enter the vector [3 4 12] then change the mode to cylindrical and you will see the vector as [ 5.00 53.13 12.00]. Now change the mode to spherical and you will see the vector as [ 13 53.13 22.62]. Now enter the vector [4 -30 -3] by typing the sequence

LS [] 4 SPC AS RS 6 SPC 30 +/- SPC 3 +/- ENTER and see the vector [5.00 -30.00 126.87]. Although the vector was entered in cylindrical coordinates, it was immediately converted to spherical coordinates because the calculator is in spherical mode. If the angles are desired in radians, simply change the calculator to radian mode and the vector will become [5 -0.52 2.21]. Return to List of Lessons

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