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Mathcad Prime 2.0

The release of Mathcad Prime 2.0 marks significant developments to the Mathcad product range. From the launch of Mathcad Prime 1.0, a new set of paradigms for doing more with less was already firmly established. Now, with Mathcad Prime 2.0, this is extended. A richer set of capabilities enhance the existing Mathcad Prime features, meaning larger problems than ever can be solved. 

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Integration with Excel 

Mathcad offers the best combination of usability and power. Users benefit from simple integration with Microsoft Excel. There's an embedded Excel component, which means users can use data to combine the capabilities of Mathcad with the familiarity of Excel.

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Symbolic calculations

These allow engineers to use general mathematical principles and also introduce specific numerical results as needed. Engineers are able to freely explore with confidence, knowing that both symbolic and numeric calculations remain alive as inputs or formulas change.

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3D plots 

Users will be able to leverage qualitative and quantitative mechanisms to visualise complex data sets, adhering to Mathcad Prime 2.0’s principle of direct manipulation. This creates an efficient and unobstructed environment for exploration, all within the Mathcad environement

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Collapsible areas 

These provide an efficient organisational tool, by placing live calculations in sections that can be hidden from view. Simplified presentations of the worksheet can hide more complex aspects, allowing recipients to focus on the essential aspects of the worksheet. 

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