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Dear All
Could you help me please ? How to write this equation in Mathcad Prime ?
what you are looking for. I see a table. Do you need a formula to calculate output as per the table based on input? Then you need to be specific what the inputs are.
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Luc
Thank you for reply , Mr./Ms. LucMeekes,
i want to write equation have condition like that.
following table as previous, thank you so much.
This still leaves much to guess!
I propse YOU start entering the information on a mathcad sheet, and make an attempt to write up the equations. If you run into problems, attach the worksheet (NOT just a picture) and provide a clear problem description.
Then we may be able to help.
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Luc
Help me please.
Missing:
- Worksheet
Hi,
Are you using Mathcad 15 or Prime as there is a subtle difference when it comes to "if" statements.
Look up "if" in the help system and have a go like Luc suggests.
Cheers Terry.
Hi
I want to write it in Mathcad Prime.
If you don’t mind, could you help me with that please?
I would appreciate you.
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Then I need a Mathcad Prime worksheet...
(NOTE I do NOT to know where you work etc. )
So start up your Mathcad Prime and enter the information regarding the equations as far as you can.
When done, save the worksheet and attach that ( .MCDX file) to your message.
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Luc
You can vectorize Boolean comparisons
Prime 4 attached
Hi Mr. FredKohlhepp
I'm really thank you for your help me. i respect you for your kindly shared me.
Above is condition to determine what's type building following the table above.
Please help me please sir. thank you in advance.
Hi Mr. FredKohlhepp and all friends, Could you introduce me, how to write this equation please?
First and before all: Always attach the Prime worksheet, NOT just a picture!
1. Tables are a nice feature of Prime but they can NOT be used to display results. Tables are for input only.
2. Z is a vector, an array of values. You need to index Z in order to address it's individual values.
3. Your first condition uses a regular m, I think you need that to be the unit m.
4. In general you should take care of ALL possible situations. What should Kz be when Z>Zg ?
Here's a possible way:
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Luc
Hi Mr. LucMeekes, i would like to say thank so much for your best kindly shared me for this advice.
Hi Mr. LucMeekes & Mr. FredKohlhepp, can you tell me, how to write this equation? please help . thank you for your kindly shared us good knowledge.