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I cannot get another part in to my mathcad 15 variable

I cannot get another part in to my mathcad 15 variable

I cannot get another part in to my mathcad 15 variable

I am trying to define a variable "I":

I need it to be something like this, where I add a "+" and (1/2), but when I try to enter "+" it just doesnt enter into my variable definition. Is there something I am doing wrong? - I feel this should be a fairly simple thing to do, to turn what you see above to what is below:

RE: I cannot get another part in to my mathcad 15 variable

Your selection cursor, the blue right angle line is showing that you have the entire equation selected, so that doesn't allow an addition operator, since that would not make sense. You need to use the space bar so that only the 1/2 is selected

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