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Hello, I need all of your help
I have previously tried to make a graph line, all the formulas have been defined as well. But when I make a graph, the line of the graph doesn't appear as below, can anyone help how to fix it?
You sure should better attach your worksheet instead of posting just a picture because its quite hard to impossible to debug a picture!
We don't see how V(t) is defined but most important we don't see if you had assigned t a values before.
The coffee brew and also my crystal ball tell me that its very likely that you assigned a guess value t:=... before you used "Maximize".
So plotting V(t) over this single value t would result in plotting just one single point (which sure is hard to see).
Three possible solutions;
BTW, do you know that Mathcad has a percentage "unit"?
Simply type V(t.opt)= and type a percentage character % in the unit placeholder after the result and you will see =91.4..%
So there should be no need to manually multiply by 100 as you did to see a percentage value.
You also can show the percentage in the plot if you type V(t)/% instead of just V(t).
I'm sorry for not attaching my file, because this is my first time using this PTC community, my bad 😓
I've done the solutions step you mentioned, but it's also not working... are you have another solution?
By the way, thank you for your great tips on unit percentage! it's helped me a lot!
This is my file, thank you before!!
🙂
Now t.opt is assigned a value and so if you use it in the plot, you still will plot just one single point.
If you set the line width very large you can even see the single point which is plotted
But as now t is not assigned any value anymore you can use t in the plot as you did in first place:
The point is: If you use the quick plot feature (plotting without defining the x-axis variable as a range) you can't use a variable which already was a value assigned to. You must use a "free" variable which never was assigned any value before.
I am not sure if the log-plot makes sense, but it can be seen why neither Maximize nor Minimize have any effect. Both just return the guess value because slight changes of the guess have no effect - the functions is approximately constant in that area.
When you use a guess value t.opt:=6, then Minimize returns 11.1 and Maximize -1.5*10^-6.
Assume t=0,
But minimum is that by Prime 8.