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First timer with difficulties in following basic instructions

SJ_9726923
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First timer with difficulties in following basic instructions

Hello and thank you to whomever reads and responds to this request. I am currently trying to recreate this  procedure https://faculty.csbsju.edu/frioux/scf/HESCF.pdf with never have using Mathcad. I have entered all the equations and attempted to set up a solve block but to be honest I am completely lost. I have attached my file here, if anyone could respond and show me what this in the end looks like I would greatly appreciate it.

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You missed the global assignment of the variables C.j1 and C.j2 which the author had used. Thats the reason for the error when you try to define H.11.

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SJ_9726923
4-Participant
(To:Werner_E)

Okay I added that, now what?


@SJ_9726923 wrote:

Okay I added that,


No, you didn't! I was talking about the global assignment I see in the printout of the Mathcad sheet.

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SJ_9726923
4-Participant
(To:Werner_E)

so I changed that, I am not sure on what I should do to get this to run from here

You mixed up Cj1 with Cj1  (the same with i and 2, too) quite some times! In the pdf the j (and also the i) never is in the subscript as far as I see.

Furthermore function epsilon must be defined outside of the solve block, otherwise its only known within the block.

In the definition for E.atom you had a typo (index 2 instead of 1)

See attached sheet.

 

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