Hello,

So i cannot figure out why the program is giving me the error 149 saying that i have an uncontrolled set entered as a constant. I get the same error even when i simply use the actual number instead of the variable.

I have this table of constants: COEFF(I,J)

J1 J2 J3 J4 J5

I1 158 381 158 255 430

I2 515 255 292 474 158

I3 447 447 200 200 200

and i want to divide each of those numbers by the constant R, then take the natural log (log) of that number.

SUM(I,((LOG((COEFF(I,J)/R)))/(2*pi*T))*Q(I))=l= RHSS(D);

FDE(D)… SUM(I,((LOG((COEFF(I,J)/R)))/(2*pi*T))*Q(I))=l= RHSS(D);

$149

Im so confused by this because T is another constant which is giving me absolutely no trouble. I have a feeling its because im trying to divide the table of coefficients by R but im not sure. I dont really have any programming knowledge so i imagine this is a syntax thing.

If anyone has any input on the matter, I would be most grateful.

Thank you

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