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Problem with addition

musa05ali
4-Participant

Problem with addition

Hey! Im having big problems with the addition. In the first picture you can se how 1/alpha is added to 2/lambda without 1/alhpa being under the division. This is my problem I'm trying to recreate it but nothing works. The second Picture is how i manage.

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Type the following:

 

1m^3<space><space><space>/1/a<ctrl-g><space><space>+D<ctrl-g>x[i<space><space>/2<space><space>/l<ctrl-g>

 

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LucMeekes
23-Emerald III
(To:musa05ali)

The first picture shows how 1/alpha is added to ...... not 2/lambda ... but (x1/2)/lambda !
{Which should be equal to x1/(2 lambda) }
Success!
musa05ali
4-Participant
(To:LucMeekes)

Thanks for the fast reply! I tried do as you say but in that case 1/alpha is added to entire x1/2/lambda wich is not what i want.. 😕

 

Compare pic 1 to pic 3 i Believe youll see what i mean

Type the following:

 

1m^3<space><space><space>/1/a<ctrl-g><space><space>+D<ctrl-g>x[i<space><space>/2<space><space>/l<ctrl-g>

 

musa05ali
4-Participant
(To:Werner_E)

Thank you sooooo much!!!!!!!!

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