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Thanks to Mark, I managed to get the equation for capacity working using the Graphs>Add>Equations. When I went to create a formula for inductors I noticed that F./im(ZIN1) functioned fine but im(ZIN1)/F. did not. Going back to some other equations the same thing held true. Even I realized this would be a problem when the formula is L=Xl/W. W=2PIF. Pressing the neighbors teenage daughter, who is taking algebra, into action a collaborative workaround was arrived at: Namely 1/(2*PI*(F./im(ZIN1))). So the question is am I missing something, or do I have to follow the general rule of F./measurement rather than measurement/F. stop I didn't test this extensively but it seems like im(ZIN1)*F. doesnt work either.

The more I think about this the more I am sure that I am doing something stupid.

Thanks for Help!

Jim

Thanks to Mark, I managed to get the equation for capacity working using the Graphs>Add>Equations. When I went to create a formula for inductors I noticed that F./im(ZIN1) functioned fine but im(ZIN1)/F. did not. Going back to some other equations the same thing held true. Even I realized this would be a problem when the formula is L=Xl/W. W=2PIF. Pressing the neighbors teenage daughter, who is taking algebra, into action a collaborative workaround was arrived at: Namely 1/(2*PI*(F./im(ZIN1))). So the question is am I missing something, or do I have to follow the general rule of F./measurement rather than measurement/F. stop I didn't test this extensively but it seems like im(ZIN1)*F. doesnt work either.

The more I think about this the more I am sure that I am doing something stupid.

Thanks for Help!

Jim

The dot is not a decorator on the F, it's part of the element by element multiply operator

.*Thus the syntax is F ./ im(ZIN1) or im(ZIN1) ./ F

This holds true for most of the operators.

The documentation in the user's guide on Equations is pretty readable.

Regards,

Â Mark