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Vector Product

Friengineer
6-Contributor

Vector Product

If I have a vector 'k', with say 10 values in it.  I can easily do a sum of all the value using the summation operator with 'k' the ONLY argument.

 

If I want the product of all those values, it seems I need more arguments other than just 'k'.

 

Can anyone advise what those arguments should be?

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Hi,

 

Prime has a product of vector operator.  It can operates as shown on this sheet with a range variable, or a definition of a range variable on the product.

 

Regards

Thanks to both you.  The information was helpful.

LucMeekes
23-Emerald III
(To:Friengineer)

You don't need to define a range,

and you don't want your vector product dependent on the value of ORIGIN.

This is a more general approach:

LM_20171006_VectorProduct.png

 

Attachment is Prime3.1

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Luc

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