solve the summation equation

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Abhijit Sardar
Abhijit Sardar on 4 Jan 2021
Answered: samuel okeleye on 18 Jan 2021
can someone help me is solving the summation equation. upper row is the value of N and lower is value k for the given range
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 17 Jan 2021
We cannot tell what Soi is, or what the relationship is between the summation and the table at the top of the diagram.
Once you have a vector of values you can use code such as
sum(So(K+1:end))

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samuel okeleye
samuel okeleye on 18 Jan 2021
clc;
clear;
n=5;
k=0;
numerator=0;
denominator=0;
If N=5 and K=3
You also initialized the numerator and denominators above so that you can subsequently add numbers.
So=[1;2;3;4;5];
Assuming So contains numbers 1 through 5
for i=(k+1):n
numerator= numerator+(So(i));
end
The upper part of the equation is calculated above
for i=1:n
denominator= denominator+(So(i));
end
The lower part of the equation is calculated above
answer=(n/(n-k))*(numerator/denominator);
This is the final equation

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