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Okay, I'm getting very confused with array and Mathcad. Can anyone clear this up? Thanks.

Okay, I'm getting very confused with array and Mathcad. Can anyone clear this up? Thanks.

Okay, I'm getting very confused with array and Mathcad. Can anyone clear this up? Thanks.

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I am trying to compute some average values of resistivity for soil volume. That means I need the average values of certain dimensions in an array. I'm having trouble with this, as the attached file shows. I need to compute the average of the first and second values in a column, and I'm not sure how to do it.

Can you please help? I'm attaching a Mathcad file for you to look over if you wish. (Note: I need to take the average of a 0 row and a 1 row value, then assign it to a 1 row in an array.)

Thanks.

RE: Okay, I'm getting very confused with array and Mathcad. Can anyone clear this up? Thanks.

need to layup calc properly as one cannot see which array you are trying to use/access

RE: Okay, I'm getting very confused with array and Mathcad. Can anyone clear this up? Thanks.

I don't understand your problem; you seem to be able to use and manipulate the array indices, so what exactly is the problem?

answer[i,j := (row[i,j] + row[i+1,j)/2

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