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02-16-2019
01:02 PM

02-16-2019
01:02 PM

As resol for as equações para encontrar o valor de x e eu sou novo no mathCad Eu uso o MathCad Prime 5.

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02-16-2019
06:27 PM

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06:27 PM

Furthermore you have to consider that x^2 = 36 has two solution! Not only x=6 but also x=-6.

So you will get four solution pairs.

But as you have squared (which is no equivalence transformation) you may get "solutions" which aren't solution to the original problem and you have to filter out those wrong solutions and only the one pair which Prime came up with from the beginning should be left. As you limit your manual calculation to just three decimals I won't expect too much precision - probably no more than one decimal.

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02-16-2019
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Re: Solve MathCad Prime Equation

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02-16-2019
01:20 PM

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01:20 PM

Re: Solve MathCad Prime Equation

With the Solve block

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02-16-2019
01:37 PM

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01:37 PM

Re: Solve MathCad Prime Equation

`this same exercise solved in the hand presents different values, see:`

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02-16-2019
02:01 PM

02-16-2019
02:01 PM

Re: Solve MathCad Prime Equation

`this same exercise solved in the hand presents different values, see:`

`Are these simplifications shown in the example possible in MathCad?`

I would take the opportunity, and ask for materials, tutorials on mathcad prime. tks

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02-16-2019
02:30 PM

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02:30 PM

Re: Solve MathCad Prime Equation

The first error I found:

Looks like you typed 600*48 instead of 600*18

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02-16-2019
02:37 PM

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02:37 PM

Re: Solve MathCad Prime Equation

I thank my friend, I changed the numbers

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02-16-2019
04:06 PM

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04:06 PM

Re: Solve MathCad Prime Equation

`I made the calculations in hand, and even then the results do not hit mathcad, which may be happening`

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02-16-2019
06:27 PM

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Furthermore you have to consider that x^2 = 36 has two solution! Not only x=6 but also x=-6.

So you will get four solution pairs.

But as you have squared (which is no equivalence transformation) you may get "solutions" which aren't solution to the original problem and you have to filter out those wrong solutions and only the one pair which Prime came up with from the beginning should be left. As you limit your manual calculation to just three decimals I won't expect too much precision - probably no more than one decimal.

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02-16-2019
08:49 PM

02-16-2019
08:49 PM

Re: Solve MathCad Prime Equation

`Thanks a lot for the friend's explanation, and I would like to ask for some indication about subject books and tutorials. Tks`