Easton, William wrote:
> I am having difficulties trying to do complex number calculations.
>
> First, it is a real pain to have to use functions for ordinary operations. I would like
to propose a simple switch that might pop up if a complex number were detected substituting
the complex versions of *,/,+, for the real counterparts. Even more radical would be to do
the same for functions, but one might need a compatibility mode.
>
> However, I am finding that things like improduct(1+2j;34j) do not work.
>
> Advice? Thoughts?
>
> Thank you.
>
> Jim Easton
> 8585270240
I would not trust IMPRODUCT() to do calculations:
they are not correct.
For example, I made this calculation:
=IMPRODUCT(3+i4,3i4). The answer given was 9. But this is
just the product of the real numbers. The correct answer is
25 (3*3 +3*i4 3*i4 +4*4).
I also discovered that it may not work with
fractions: =IMPRODUCT(2+i2,0.5i.5). Calc gives an error: #REF.
Dan

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