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What is wrong with my variable ratio please help me. I attached the Prime 3.1 file for you to correct my mistake . I would like to make a graph like what I attached below. I appreciate your full support in advance . Thank you.
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Oh, and if you really want beta/epsilon on the horizontal axis. In Mathcad it can be done:
Don't know if this can be done in Prime...
Luc
You have an x as well as the ratio beta/epsilon. According to your documentation x=beta/epsilon.
Your functions should need a single parameter: x only.
Then you get:
Note that there's an erro in the definition of K.L for the case A. The second condition should read X>=12.1 instead of x<= 12.1, because that situation is (partly) covered by the first condition. And the fact that K.L should be 1 when x<7 is not specified, but graphed.
I think you can complete your work now.
Success!
Luc
Oh, and if you really want beta/epsilon on the horizontal axis. In Mathcad it can be done:
Don't know if this can be done in Prime...
Luc
Luc thank you I maked in prime 3.1 like this
One more thing what is the shortcut of variable ratio in prime 3.1 ? I just copy and paste the b/e in my other reference . CTR+Shift + k is not working in prime 3.1
I'm afraid it does not exist (yet) in Prime. Wonder if it will ever be supported.
Luc
Ah, one last thing.
Mathematically we did one thing wrong (I started, I'll take the blame): what happens in your function if x exactly equals 12.1. I think the second test should be "X>12.1".
Luc
This maybe be a mistake from the reference book. because the graph is not similar as it shown in they figure.
Obviously an error in the reference. It should read x>12.1
Luc had shown the correct curve in his first reply.
Actually the jount is not exactly at 12.1 but rather 133/11, approx. 12.09
Lex Dante wrote:
One more thing what is the shortcut of variable ratio in prime 3.1 ? I just copy and paste the b/e in my other reference . CTR+Shift + k is not working in prime 3.1
There is another way of doing it. Begin with double quotations marks to start a string, type "a/b" and then delete the quotes. Voila, you can create variable names with special characters that way, similar to Ctrl-Shift-K in real Mathcad.
This double quotations marks to start a string, type "a/b" and then delete the quotes. worked in Mathcad prime 3.1
Lex Dante wrote:
This double quotations marks to start a string, type "a/b" and then delete the quotes. worked in Mathcad prime 3.1
Maybe I should have stated more clearly that this method ONLY works in Prime - it does not work in Mathcad (15 or below).