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Daily Archives: 26-April-2013
I have written dozens (hundreds?) of small Mathcad function to help me in my daily work. Since I plan to teach another Mathcad class soon, I am gathering examples that might be good to use as application examples. Yesterday, I was working with a customer on selecting wires for supplying power to our products. I used an old calculator that I have decided to show my students in the class. I will discuss how I used this calculator here. Continue reading