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Conditional Formatting

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Conditional Formatting

How do you enter the equation below in mathcad prime 4.0

 

 

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thanks for the help

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Re: Conditional Formatting

1.

Do you have a full license of Prime, or are you using Prime Express 4?

(In Express you cannot enter programs).

 

2.

The function is a bit awkward. What is gmr ?

Who are x and y?

 

Luc

 

 

Re: Conditional Formatting

This is an example of how it might work, regardless of whether you have full Prime, or Prime Express:

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Luc

Re: Conditional Formatting

How are you entering the x sub m

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Re: Conditional Formatting

You can do it this way:

Call up the Matrix-index (Depends on the ORIGIN Variable which is in "calculations" defined)

 

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Volker

Re: Conditional Formatting

so gmr is a number = 0.0171

 

what i am trying to do is this but in the prime edition, i am new to mathcadCapture.JPG

Re: Conditional Formatting

The simplest way to enter x sub m is by typing:

x [ m

Unless you happen to have the German language version of Prime where (according to Volker's picture) you'd have to type:

x <Ctl-Alt-[> m

where <Ctl-Alt-[> is pressing down the Ctrl key and the Alt key simultaneously and while they are down you hit the [ key once. Seems pretty much too cumbersome to me for such an often-used feature!

 

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Luc

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