How i want to write this equation on equation driven curve 0.0531x2 - 5E-14x 420.01?
What you typed out isn't an equation, there is no equal sign. Also it is confusing because I don't know if each "x" is supposed to be a variable x or a times sign. Can you write out the equation by hand and scan it or take a picture?
Here the screenshot of the equation
I don't know much about equation driven curves, but maybe this is what you want. There are 13 zeros before the 5. You'll need to enter the range of x values that you want evaluated, in my example I did from 0 to 10.
I don't know what the R^2 equation means.
i just wanna enter the main equation. but the the way how to write in solidworks makes it difficult. When i enter exponent it cannot read the command.
Did you try to enter it like in my picture?
Still cant.. does it same 0.000000005*x with 5exp^(-14x)?
Oh, I interpreted the equation differently than you. I interpret it as (5exp^(-14)) * x. This would make it a normal quadratic function (ax^2 + bx + c). So in that case you can write it how I showed before or a shortened version would be:
If you think it should be 5exp^(-14x) then you can try:
Thanks Jamil. Still cant but ill try other method.
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