# how to write science formulas in quantrix? like e=mc2?

Hello,

I was wondering if someone knows how to write

science formulas in Quantrix? Like E=mc2 or

something?

I found one that I was trying to write, but I don’t

know how. It is to figure out ‘wind chill’.

The windchill formula is:

Te=33-(10.45+V-V(33-T)

_________________________

22.04

(I hope that comes out ok, I am trying to write

that formula, over 22.04

anyway,

Te=the wind chill in celsius

V=wind speed in meters per second

T=air temperature

I am wondering if someone could tell me how

this is written? Do you put it all on one line?

Thanks.

Attached is a model file containing the formula and some values for T and V. Note that one formula is calculating all the results.

The formula posted here seems to not be correct, so I did a bit of research and came up with an alternative formula which gives more reasonable results.

Regardless of the formula construction, you can see in this model file how to construct a wind chill formula in Quantrix.

Thank you for your posts…

-Mike

The windchill formula is:

Te=33-(10.45+V-V(33-T))

_________________________

22.04

Hello!

I assume your formula should have had an extra bracket at the end, as above.

You can construct this kind of formula like in a regular spreadsheet:

Te = ( 33 – ( 10.45 + V – V * ( 33 – T ) ) ) / 22.04

Actually, you don’t need all the brackets and could simplify a bit:

Te = ( 33 – 10.45 + V * ( 33 – T – 1 ) ) / 22.04

Take your pick.

Is that what you wanted?

Cheers,

Philip