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Not sure which problem you ran into - I don't see any error or that you copied any necessary regions into your sheet .
You don't need to use the undocumented trick I mentioned to create the necessary vectors. You already did it using normal program routines.
So simply replace my "vec_r" for your "rad" and you may create "vec_t" using your "theta" by simply writing "vec_t:= theta*deg" as the values you provide obviously are in degree and not radians.
BTW, you may created the necessary vectors more streamlined as shown below
P.S.: IN case you didn't notice it - the trick mentioned was to define a range and immediately follow it by an evaluation (= sign). This turns the range into a vector of values. If you don't use the = sign it won't work.
The standard way to create a vector is like shown above.
Werner, thanks for the comment, I haven't noticed an error before. Now it is corrected. The file is attached. I still have a problem with vec_r and vec_t error like as shown in attached image.
The problem is that you defined variables "rows" and "cols" and therefore the built in identically named functions are not available anymore.
Solution: Use different names for your variables. As variable names are case sensitive you may even call them "Rows" and "Cols" if you like.