To all who might be interested, here is another trigonometric program specially for the HP 35s.

HP 35s trigonometric functions (sin, cos and tan) alternative

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The HP 35s's built-in trigonometric functions seems to lose its accuracy around }ƒÎ/2, }ƒÎ/4, }ƒÎ3/2 and so on. In some case its accuracy goes down to seven digits or less which is not acceptable as the scientific calculator that features internal 15 digits precision. Anyway as it was necessary, I wrote the alternative trigonometric functions for the HP 35s. [Aug. 30, 2007]

Best regards,

Lyuka

Impressive!

I applaud and appreciate your mathematical and coding passion.

Congratulations!

Alternative trigonometric functions for the HP-35s are always welcome. Hopefully at least until the next ROM revision :-)

Saving the stack and the LastX register is nice. It's a pity the 35s is not as fast as the 33s. I'd like to know what your other references are, since you've used a different approach.

Best regards,

Gerson.

Thanks.

I really want the bug-fixed version of the HP 35s.

By the way, I have no other reference since it is a kind of my original.

Taylor series, the continued fraction, Chebyshev approximation,

and Pade approximation itself are all well known mathematical method.

However, I thought a method that optimise only the coefficients of

the parts which have smaller computational error sensitivity,

based on rational Chebyshev approximation.

'pi' in my program is coded as

builtin PI (3.14159265359) - 2.06761537357E-13

this yields 25 digits pi approximation 3.141592653589793238462643.

Regards,

Lyuka

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'pi' in my program is coded as builtin PI (3.14159265359) - 2.06761537357E-13 this yields 25 digits pi approximation 3.141592653589793238462643.

Oops! I ought to have paid attention to the constant in line J078.

Thanks again for the very original contribution!

Gerson.