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Sure, here's a simple Ohm's Law program:

01 LBL "OHMSLAW"

02 "I (AMPS)?"

03 PROMPT

04 "R (OHMS)?"

05 PROMPT

06 *

07 "E="

08 ARCL ST X

09 "|V"

10 END

(where "|" should be replaced by the append symbol)

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is there any way I can get a program on ohms law & pascals law ? Thank You Dale

Eric's HP-41 program incorporates the well-known E = IR for DC systems or where E and I are "in-phase" AC quantities (purely-resistive systems). We AC power guys prefer E = IZ, where E, I, and Z are all complex-valued, and Z = R + jX. Unfortunately, the HP-41 was not designed with built-in complex-number support.

-- KS