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I have entered my datasets using 'Insert Table' in mathcad prime. All variables have 12 different values (its annual data, so each variable has 12 values) which I have entered as a table with 12 rows and 1 column, and defined the units as applicable.

I am performing various calculations with this data, and the results are then output as a table in the same format (12 rows 1 column) however it does not appear that each row uses the data from the corresponding row in the input variables?

For example, I am calculating reynolds number and have input data for the velocity, density and viscosity as a table with 12 different values and then defined pipe inner diameter as a standard variable (which doesn't change). I then defined the formula for reynolds number. The results are output as a table however the top result (row 1) is not calculated based on the corresponding row 1 for velocity, density and viscosity.

I cannot find any information in matncad help files on using tables, what would be the correct way to do this? Are tables not meant to be used this way? Thanks

I am performing various calculations with this data, and the results are then output as a table in the same format (12 rows 1 column) however it does not appear that each row uses the data from the corresponding row in the input variables?

For example, I am calculating reynolds number and have input data for the velocity, density and viscosity as a table with 12 different values and then defined pipe inner diameter as a standard variable (which doesn't change). I then defined the formula for reynolds number. The results are output as a table however the top result (row 1) is not calculated based on the corresponding row 1 for velocity, density and viscosity.

I cannot find any information in matncad help files on using tables, what would be the correct way to do this? Are tables not meant to be used this way? Thanks

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Basically I thought the output table for Reynolds number would use the corresponding row from the input tables. So the top row I would expect the Reynolds number to be 1.022*10^7, when in fact it is 7.75*10^7.

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_{0}. You can start indices at 1, but Mathcad's default is 0. The actual calculation was done with indices, but you can usually get away with just the variable names. The resultant is unitless, which is a good check, since the Reynolds number is supposed to be unitless. I think this is, in addition to the WYSIWYG math, is THE strong point of Mathcad, since that's not really available anywhere else besides SMathStudio, which is a freeware attempt to clone Mathcad.https://files.engineering.com/getfile.aspx?folder=...

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"." creates a literal subscript, i.e., it's just for show and would function no differently than if the "." weren't inserted.

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