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This value must be a scalar or a matrix

This value must be a scalar or a matrix

This value must be a scalar or a matrix

(OP)
Having the following issue when writing a function in Mathcad.

RE: This value must be a scalar or a matrix

(OP)
Thanks Greg. I got it working by moving the dimension out side of the programing line. It must be something with the Mathcad version...it was working with the old version the way I had it in the first post.

RE: This value must be a scalar or a matrix

the subscripts seem off
could you use the variable bar as a subscript
you can also use .dia := diameter(bar) = and it should show 0.50in after the + sign

RE: This value must be a scalar or a matrix

It would be easier not to use functions, but only array index. See below in MathCad prime, could be done similar in 15

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