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Could someone help me understand why I get error message at the end? [Mathcad 15]

Could someone help me understand why I get error message at the end? [Mathcad 15]

Could someone help me understand why I get error message at the end? [Mathcad 15]

(OP)
I dont understand why it says the variable at the end (b.w) is not defined?

RE: Could someone help me understand why I get error message at the end? [Mathcad 15]


Your typo is at the definition of "bw := 1mm" which is not written with the intended subscript.
Or, you didn't intend the "w" to be a subscript, therefore writing it in the Find() function with subscript doesn't match the actual variable name.

RE: Could someone help me understand why I get error message at the end? [Mathcad 15]

Having the actual sheet would be more useful than squinting at the teenytype of the image.

It's not obvious that the subscripting is the problem "find" requires a "given", so there might be an error stemming from that.

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RE: Could someone help me understand why I get error message at the end? [Mathcad 15]

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I asked because it seems to be okay for t.bf and t.tf even though there is no subscript, but not for b.w. Does not seem to be any obvious solution, any suggestions on what I could do?

RE: Could someone help me understand why I get error message at the end? [Mathcad 15]

It may be that mathcad error stopped at the first erro it found at b.w first.

RE: Could someone help me understand why I get error message at the end? [Mathcad 15]

Mathcad's error tracking is not that smart; it stops on the first error; but why did you not fix the error anyway? Seems a but presumptuous, since bw is obviously different than b.w

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