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06-22-2015
12:14 PM

06-22-2015
12:14 PM

Problem with root function from 14 to Prime2

Hello , i have a doubt, in the right side math14 i have a root function and im triying to do the same in the left side **with prime 2.0, **someone can help me please? Thanks so much.

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06-22-2015
12:53 PM

06-22-2015
12:53 PM

Re: Problem with root function from 14 to Prime2

In Mathcad 14 you have the array h defined with 11 elements.

In Prime you have defined h defined as a range variable. I guess that's what prime is complaining about.

Try changing the definition of h to h[i:7+i

(which should display like:

)

And I fail to see a definition for sigma...

Success!

Luc

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06-22-2015
01:22 PM

06-22-2015
01:22 PM

Re: Problem with root function from 14 to Prime2

Hello LucMeekes, i tried but doesnt work, i would like to enter the same collections of values as M14 but i cant find the correct form, till now only work putting only one value in h sub i

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06-22-2015
03:41 PM

06-22-2015
03:41 PM

Re: Problem with root function from 14 to Prime2

It's hard to tell from a picture, but it looks like you have a literal subscript on h, not a vector subscript. You should get the vector subscript by typing h[i:7+i

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06-22-2015
04:08 PM

06-22-2015
04:08 PM

Re: Problem with root function from 14 to Prime2

It's definitely a literal subscript, if I may base it on the looks of Prime 3.1.

Dailos, You need to define both h and k in the array form. That is

by typing h[i and k[i respectively,

and NOT use the 'subscript' button from the ribbon (or type [CTRL _]).

Here's my result:

Success!

Luc

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