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How do at write the equation

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Anna Nordin
Anna Nordin on 3 Sep 2019
Commented: Torsten on 3 Sep 2019
How do I make this equation work for a vector? (the vector x=[-1:0.1:1])
f = x 2 sin(πx)
I've tried the following:
f=x.^2*sin(x.*pi)
f=x.^2*sin(x*pi)
It doesn't work.

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Torsten
Torsten on 3 Sep 2019
f = x.^2.*sin(x*pi)

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Anna Nordin
Anna Nordin on 3 Sep 2019
Thank you!
I thought you only had to pun "." after the x
Torsten
Torsten on 3 Sep 2019
No. As soon as you multiply vectors elementwise, you have to use the ".*", "./", ".^" operators.
x.^2 is a vector, sin(pi*x) is a vector. To multiply them elementwise, you have to use ".*" .

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