Hello , i have a doubt, in the right side math14 i have a root function and im triying to do the same in the left side with prime 2.0, someone can help me please? Thanks so much.
In Mathcad 14 you have the array h defined with 11 elements.
In Prime you have defined h defined as a range variable. I guess that's what prime is complaining about.
Try changing the definition of h to h[i:7+i
(which should display like:
)
And I fail to see a definition for sigma...
Success!
Luc
Hello LucMeekes, i tried but doesnt work, i would like to enter the same collections of values as M14 but i cant find the correct form, till now only work putting only one value in h sub i
It's hard to tell from a picture, but it looks like you have a literal subscript on h, not a vector subscript. You should get the vector subscript by typing h[i:7+i
It's definitely a literal subscript, if I may base it on the looks of Prime 3.1.
Dailos, You need to define both h and k in the array form. That is
by typing h[i and k[i respectively,
and NOT use the 'subscript' button from the ribbon (or type [CTRL _]).
Here's my result:
Success!
Luc