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PTC Mathcad Community Challenge Index and Guidelines

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PTC is pleased to announce the Mathcad Community Challenge, a bimonthly event where we’ll post an open-ended challenge for you to solve using PTC Mathcad Prime. Feel free to collaborate with other users and their worksheets by attaching your worksheet to your posts here. Participants will also earn PTC Community Badges!

In general, at the start of every other month, we’ll post a new thread with the challenge. You can post in that thread throughout the month with contributions. Around the middle of the next month, PTC and our affiliates will go through the contributions and create a resolution to it in the form of a Mathcad.com blog article discussing your interesting approaches to the problem. Then, we’ll post a new challenge at the start of the next month.

We hope you enjoy this challenge!

Some rules and guidelines:

  • Your contributions will be monitored by PTC and PTC-affiliated parties. We may use them in marketing material, including in post-challenge discussions hosted on PTC properties like Mathcad.com
  • Use PTC Mathcad’s documentation features in your contributions so everyone can follow along
  • Use units whenever possible
  • Only .mcdx (Mathcad Prime) worksheets will be eligible for participation. Mathcad Express Prime files are allowed.

Look out for posts by Dave Martin, a former Mathcad instructor, author of Mathcad books, contributor to our Mathcad.com and PTC.com blogs, and occasional contributor to the Mathcad and Creo YouTube channels. He also runs the popular “Creo Parametric” YouTube channel. Learn more about Dave here.

Challenges List/Archive:

Note: Content will be moderated in accordance with challenge guidelines. Please focus your replies accordingly.

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Hi,

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Cheers

Terry

Ah, sorry for the confusion!

(But also thank you for your interest!)

Definitely post your solutions to the individual challenge threads!

 

 

So in March, there'll be another problem in another thread and this thread will link off to that. This is more of a central "hub" post.

List updated with March's new challenge, and February's solution blog if you haven't read it yet!

The May 2022 challenge is up now, and the solution blog write-up for the March 2022 challenge is now live on mathcad.com! A lot of valuable learnings from one another.

The index has been updated accordingly.

The May solution blog write-up is live on mathcad.com! (And edited into the main post.)

 

Now to wait for the fourth challenge coming in July. 🙂

Fourth challenge is live! Check it out.

Solution blog is live on Mathcad.com and in the main post.

 

Next challenge to come at the start of September, and according to Dave, it'll have something to do with electrical engineering.

It feels like it's been a while since this has happened, but the September Mathcad Community Challenge is live!

Solution blog for the September 2022 challenge is live on Mathcad.com. Badges also awarded. Article updated.

The November 2022 challenge is live. We're eager for your solutions to it!

November 2022 solution blog is up!

And that's it for the 2022 challenges. Ah, but we'll continue these in 2023!

The January 2023 challenge is up. Yes, it's a new year, and new challenges await us! This one is in space, since it's about black holes.

The solution blog for January is up!
Anticipate the March challenge coming next at the start of the month.

The March 2023 challenge is up.

If you liked September 2022's challenge, you'll love this one.

March's solution blog is up! Loved seeing the variety of approaches there.

The Mathcad Community Challenge May 2023 has just been posted!

See if you can model the ball going down the ramp. (And the optimal angle for it to fly the furthest distance.)

May 2023 solution blog is up.

Coinciding with our recent Mathcad for Civil Engineers webinar, July 2023's Mathcad Community Challenge is civil engineering-flavoured. Check it out this month!

July 2023 solution blog is finally up. There was a lot to go over!

The September 2023 challenge is up (and you get a few extra days to do it since it's up on August 28), and it's our first ever art challenge. Use Mathcad Prime's graphing features to show off beautiful or cool stuff!

 

September 2023's art gallery has been posted (and linked to above in the index) on mathcad.com.

Our final challenge of 2023 (November 2023) is now live! It's an involved challenge from the domain of mechanical engineering calculating torque and stress.

Try it out!

The January 2024 challenge is live, involving statistics and probability for a deck of cards... with some Mathcad twists!

 

We have some technical difficulties on our end getting the solution blog (and all other new mathcad.com blogs for a few weeks now) for November 2023's challenge uploaded. We'll update and let you know when it's up. It'll be a good read!

Alright, the November 2023 solution blog is up. You can learn about mechanical engineering, communicating results, documenting, making working worksheets... and Dave's own lessons.

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