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2 equation

2 equation

2 equation

(OP)
Hey
I'm using MathCad 13 for a projet and this is my question

I need to solve those 2 equations

0=-cos(26deg)*Ffg-Feg
0=sin(26deg)*Ffg+96.5kN-24kN
Ffg=?
Feg=?

I can solve those unknown equations with a calculator but I would like to learn the syntax for MathCad.

Thx in advance!

RE: 2 equation

Given
  0=-cos(26deg)*Ffg-Feg
  0=sin(26deg)*Ffg+96.5kN-24kN
Find(Feg,Ffg)->

RE: 2 equation

From the second equation you get:

Ffg=(24kN-96.5kN)/sin(26deg)

Therefore from the first equations you can get:

Feg=cos(26deg)* (=(24kN-96.5kN)/sin(26deg))

Why do you need a calculator or mathcad to solve this simple equation.

Anyway, mathcad help and tutorial have all you need.

RE: 2 equation

(OP)
Thx ;)

RE: 2 equation

I think that there may be another option for you:

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