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### Polar Plotting in Mathcad

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- 9204 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- This tutorial will demonstrate how to plot a polar plot in Mathcad

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### Enhancing Student Learning via Mathcad 15.0's Live Mathematical Capabilities

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- 2287 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Chris Hartmann
- Mathcad 15.0's live math capabilities provide students with timely feedback as they plot graphs, solve equations, or model data. This demonstration illustrates some useful techniques for using Mathcad to help your students be more active in directing their own learning and gain deeper understanding of mathematical concepts.
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### Plotting Complex Data in Mathcad

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- 7225 Views
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- Advanced Level
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- Sandi Smith
- Watch out for complex numbers in your data, which can not be plotted in Mathcad. Imaginary parts in your numbers leads to either incomplete graphs or errors instead of plots. To work with complex numbers, you can plot the real and imaginary parts of your numbers separately, or reframe your data to calculate only the real part before plotting.
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### Moving to Mathcad from Excel

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- 9989 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- There are many reasons to move to Mathcad from Excel as an engineering calculation environment. These include, to name a few:
- clarity of notation (readability)
- clarity of dependencies (verification)
- unit analysis (error checking)
- breadth of calculation tools (completeness)
- engineering-appropriate graphs, image analysis, matrix analysis, and data support
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### Using Multiple Representations to Explore Mathematics with Mathcad 15.0

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- 2110 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Chris Hartmann
- This brief video demonstrates how to capitalize on Mathcad’s whiteboard interface by combining multiple representations of a mathematical function to better understand the function.

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### Matrices in Algebra 1: Mathcad 15.0 Illustrates the Solutions Clearly

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- 5462 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Chris Hartmann
- Matrices are challenging, but they are really important in applied mathematics – they are a critical STEM topic. Engineers and scientists use matrices to solve challenging problems in many, many dimensions. Mathcad’s matrix and graphing tools offer capabilities that can help students’ explore matrices early in their school experience so that they are both prepared to use and aware of the importance of matrices. With currently available technologies matrices can be used, explored, and visualized effectively in Algebra 1 class. Systems of equations in three variables need not be avoided any longer. Matrices can be an efficient and powerful way to solve systems, with increased clarity now that we have tools to graph 3D plots.
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### A Brief Lesson in Numerical Equality with Mathcad 15.0

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- 3078 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Chris Hartmann
- This brief video shows how Mathcad 15.0’s live math capabilities can be used to increase student reflection and depth of learning in the classroom.

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### Creating Better Homework Papers with Mathcad

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- 4042 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Chris Hartmann
- This video provides a basic introduction to why completing your algebra homework using Mathcad can make you a better student.

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### Solving an Ordinary Differential Equation Using Mathcad

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- 15713 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- This tutorial shows how to solve an Ordinary Differential equation using Mathcad. The system used is a simple pendulum.

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### Mathcad: Iterate a Parameter in a Minimize or Maximize Solve Block

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- 3453 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In order to iterate on a parameter, which is included in the constraint equations, the objective function must be made a function of that parameter.

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