HP 50G complex numbers with a fraction?

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I have a problem to put the complex number in mode (1000/3, ∠36.87), apparently the division simbol gives some syntax error
 

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Tom.G
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I don't have a 50G but you might try putting parens around the 1000/3, entering it as ((1000/3), ∠36.87).
 
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I don't have a 50G but you might try putting parens around the 1000/3, entering it as ((1000/3), ∠36.87).
thx for reply, but I've already tried this the only solution I've found was (1000, ∠36.87)/3
 
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Tom.G
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thx for reply, but I've already tried this the only solution I've found was (1000, ∠36.87)/3

Hmm, I'll have to keep that one in mind. Sorta obvious once you point it out though. :rolleyes:

Thanks for the update.
 

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