Have you excel formula for converting Cartesian coordinates from rectangular to polar and vice versa, I have latest

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Hi have you excel formula for converting Cartesian coordinates from rectangular to polar and vice versa, JA: When did you last update Excel? Customer: I have latest Microsoft office, but I don’t know how to create the formula. JA: Anything else you want the Software Expert to know before I connect you? Customer: Yes typical problem is x1 100, y1 100, x2 200, y2 200, answer whole circle bearing 45 degrees, distance 141.4

Hi Billy Thankyou so much. I actually work with degrees/Whole Circle Bearings so the angular output would be between 0 and 360 degrees as with compass. What is formula please to convert degree decimal, to degree, minutes, seconds, And vice versa. Thankyou Robert

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Hi Billy. I don’t require a connection, my excel is on a separate device at the office. Thanks Robert

Hi Billy Would definitely request you again. Would you also be able to write same programmes in Casio basic language for use on their FX range calculators. Thanks Robert