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Can anyone help me figure out what I'm doing wrong? I can't seem to get a plot that shows, Eavg on the y-axis and Eavg(C1) on the x-axis...
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Hi,
Your graph is only plotting two points 0 and 1. Prime draws the straight line between these two points.
I have corrected it so it plots 11 points 0,0.1..10. I have formatted the plot to show these points. It is now not a straight line but a smoothed line through these points.
Eo is a constant so it is easy to plot its graph against C1
Try please
E(C):=...
C:=1*unit, 1.001*unit..10*unit
and plot the graph E(C) as function C
Or send please the sheet!
Thanks! I've modifed the formula a bit and the plot of Eeff seems to be correct as the volume fraction, C1 increases to 1. Another question, would it be possible to plot the line of Eeff/Eo as a function of C1? If so, how would I go about doing it? I've been trying but no avial...
Edit: is this way of plotting C1 only plotting two points, 0 and 1? or are there numerous points being plotted inbetween 0 to 1?
Hi,
Your graph is only plotting two points 0 and 1. Prime draws the straight line between these two points.
I have corrected it so it plots 11 points 0,0.1..10. I have formatted the plot to show these points. It is now not a straight line but a smoothed line through these points.
Eo is a constant so it is easy to plot its graph against C1
Eavg is not a variable, it's a function name. Specifically, it's a function that depends on C1, so you need to plot Eavg(C1) against C1 (as Terry shows).