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- Jan 1, 1970

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Titanium. I have to say that for the price I paid, I'm not wildly

impressed. The display is not at all vivid or strong, and the

keyboard is anything but intuitive.

However, I'm posting/griping about a particular issue. The calculator

comes with a particular program, a Simultaeneous equation solver,

which is precisely what I purchased it for. It's actually a pretty

good program, in terms of data entry, but it has one major

idiosyncracy (at least that I've found so far): When I put in

equations with complex coefficients, as often as not it reports

results with complex values in the denominators, along the lines of:

..345/(1.34 + 2.3j)

Sometimes the solution is even more complicated, in the form of

(a + bi)/(c+di)

It seems a no brainer to me that the calculator should automatically

do the work of clearing the complex value from the denominator, giving

me a nice, simple

1.234 + 5.678j

Does anyone know if there is a simple, one-button way to tell the

program to flush the complex numbers from the denominator, to give me

the simple result that I need?

Thanks in advance for all replies.

Steve O.