I'm using MathCad 3.1 and for some reason x in my function is always labeled as undefined and I can't figure out why. I played around with labeling the variables and such but it won't work. Normal functions work just fine. Is MathCad not able to do this?
A solution to a similar problem was done in mathcad 3.1 that worked fine, I could just enter 0 for x but i need to be able to use dp/dx in other equations
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Why are there brackets around x, like '(x)' ?
And the argument to the exponential function must be unitless. You have defined x with unit of um, and have alpha with unit of 1/um. You should not put in an extra 'um' in the exponent !
Then, Pn0 is undefined... This triggers an error, but Mathcad is known to misplace error pointers.
Finally: apparently you cannot evaluate the function you define immediately.
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Luc
Why are there brackets around x, like '(x)' ?
And the argument to the exponential function must be unitless. You have defined x with unit of um, and have alpha with unit of 1/um. You should not put in an extra 'um' in the exponent !
Then, Pn0 is undefined... This triggers an error, but Mathcad is known to misplace error pointers.
Finally: apparently you cannot evaluate the function you define immediately.
Success!
Luc
Thank you I updated the picture and ya, I should have double checked the first picture I posted. Pn0 was defined but wasn't in the screen shot and the brackets were unnecessary but I don't think they should matter. I deleted the units but it still won't work.
Check again, I updated my post.
Wow, you're right all I had to do was not put the equal sign after first declaring the function and thank you because that probably would have taken me a while to figure out haha.