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 ▼ hugh steers Senior Member Posts: 536 Threads: 56 Joined: Jul 2005 05-22-2003, 02:11 PM i see luiz has an article on trigs for the 16c (possibly also the 17bii). sorry, i missed this thread. however, on the subject of inverses, i spent a while some time ago developing a fast arctan (but only single precision accuracy) using a limited pade approximation. not sure whether this is accurate or compact enough to be useful when converted to a calculator program, but here it is: (sorry about the bad formatting, it gets mangled) #define M_PI 3.141592654f #define A0X 0.2388229612f #define A1X 2.445205396f #define B1X 3.943529789f #define A2X 1.314747223f #define B2X 1.798249626f float atan6(float x) { /* correct to 3e-7. 4 multiplies/divides */ float x2; float v; x2 = x*x; if (x > 1.0f) v = M_PI/2 - (A0 - A1/(x2 + B1 - A2/(x2 + B2)))/x; else if (x >= 0.0f) v = x*(A0X + A1X/(x2 + B1X - A2X/(x2 + B2X))); else v = -atan6(-x); return v; }

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