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Hello, dear Mathcad community!
A am working on a suspension kinematics problem and I am trying to solve the nonlinear system of 18 equations with 18 unknowns. I have tried to solve it using the solve block, but I have an error that underlines the whole Find(...) function and says: "This value must be a function".
Can you please help me to figure out the problem? I am kind of new to Mathcad and I was trying to do everything like in tutorials 😃
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If you write f*(a+b), Prime knows that you want to multiply the variable f with (a+b).
But if you write f(a+b), then Prime interprets it as a call to a function f with a+b as its argument.
So you error was that you missed writing an explicit multiplication at the positions highlighted by the arrows (and also some others
If you write f*(a+b), Prime knows that you want to multiply the variable f with (a+b).
But if you write f(a+b), then Prime interprets it as a call to a function f with a+b as its argument.
So you error was that you missed writing an explicit multiplication at the positions highlighted by the arrows (and also some others
Furthermore I would suggest that you assign the result to a variable or to a vector of variables instead of the immediate numeric evaluation.
P6 sheet attached
Thank you very much!
I was just thinking about the same thing 😃