This method also applies to the WE7000 Computation Waveform Viewer and the User-Defined Computation of the DL750/DL750P and DL7480/DL7440. The method for the Dl9000, DLM6000 and DLM2000 instruments is different since they have a natural logarithm function LN. For the example previously mentioned, C1 raised to the exponent 0.2 would be expressed as:
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