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How do I enter a simple equation in labview

  dN/dt = flux*fission rate* cross-section for absorption - decay rate * N? I am using a formula block X1*X1*X3-X4 where X4 is the output of the derivative time the decay constant. Should I be using the dervative or integral.Thanks

 

 

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So are you wanting to know what to enter, or as the subject says, how to enter it? Can you explain a bit more of what you are trying to accomplish?

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He's kind of split this into two posts.  He's posted some code via dropbox in his other post (assuming the two are related).

 

Here's his other post

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I saw the other post after I responded to this one. I won't download things from an anonymous drop box either.

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Thank you for trying to help. It was my first post. I reposted this evening with an attachment which shows what I tried to do. 

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Thank you. Yes my posts were related. It was my first post and I was having trouble attaching my screen shot. I hope my newer post is clearer. Hoping to learn what to do, Kyle

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Attaching an actual vi is generally prefered over a picture by the folks here on the forums.  If the vi's aren't being attached properly, it is recommended to try zipping them, even if you are only trying to post a single vi.

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