First introduced in , MathCAD is a valuable technical computing tool for engineers and architects.
You can think of MathCAD as a combination of. MathCAD provides a rich problem-solving environment that gives you a wide variety of analysis and visualization tools. Unlike other technical software, MathCAD does math the same way you do. That is because it looks and works like a scratchpad and pencil.
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MathCAD's on-screen interface is a blank worksheet on which you can enter equations, graph data or functions, and annotate with text - anywhere on the worksheet. Built-in solver for simultaneous equations and inequalities. Summations, products and iteration. Trigonometric, hyperbolic, exponential and Bessel functions. Fast Fourier transformation, both one and two dimensional.
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User-defined functions. Vectors and matrices, including operation for matrix multiplication, matrix inverse, tranpose, determinant, dot and cross product.
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Mathcad defaults to tab stops of one-half inch. You can set tab stops on the worksheet ruler by clicking on the worksheet ruler at the location where you want to set the tab stop. Once a tab stop is shown on the ruler, you can adjust the tab by clicking on the tab and dragging it along the ruler. You can clear the tab stop by clicking on the tab and dragging it off the worksheet toolbar. Another way to set tab stops is by choosing Tabs from the Format menu. This opens the Tabs dialog box. From this dialog box you can clear all tab stops and set new tab stops at exact tab stop locations.
Selecting and moving regions You can select and move a single region or multiple regions. To move a single region, drag select the region or click within the region, and then place your cursor near the perimeter of the region until the cursor changes from an arrow to a hand. Now left click and hold the mouse button.
Drag the region to where you want it. Once a region is selected, you may also use the arrow keys to move the region. To select adjacent regions, drag select the regions. To select non-adjacent regions, hold the ctrl key and click within each desired region.
To move the selected regions, place the cursor in one of the regions, left click and hold the mouse button. Drag the regions to a new location. You may also use the arrow keys to move the regions. Aligning regions and alignment guidelines There will be times when you want to align different regions either vertically or horizontally. Aligned regions appear much more professional. If your selected regions are roughly aligned in a horizontal row, the Across alignment will place the top of each region in a horizontal line.
If your selected regions are roughly aligned in a vertical column, the Down alignment will place the left side of each region in a vertical line. Using the Align Regions feature may cause regions to overlap. If a vertical line will pass through more than one of your selected regions, then the Across alignment will cause these regions to overlap.
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If a horizontal line will pass through more than one of your selected regions, then the Down alignment will cause these regions to overlap. In order to prevent regions from overlapping, it is important to only select regions in a roughly horizontal or roughly vertical layout.