Is temperature units computable with pressure within equation in Prime?
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To Werner's point: there can be hugely different results.
Revised sheet attached, Always be careful using temperature scales.
Its absolutely unclear to me what you are trying to achieve!
What are the units of the values in P?
Have you read the help concerning the "linterp" function?
This function returns a function, not a value.
And of course the first argument (a column vector) must be of the same dimension (any temperature unit in your case) as the third argument (independent variable of the function).
So this would work OK
but I doubt that your intention is to interpolate between two equal values (2).
linterp works on column vectors. Try transposing P.
Example in Prime 4 Express, using home-built linterp. (Prime will allow matrices with alternate units.)
Careful! T/(1 °F) is NOT 277 as you might have expected.
To Werner's point: there can be hugely different results.
Revised sheet attached, Always be careful using temperature scales.