Hello
I was not able to execute this formula.
Help me please
thank you
Your example function is:
Your attempt to implement this in Mathcad Prime is::
Check all errors you made between the example function and your Prime functions, then the one thing that Prime complains about is that it does not like the n (defined as running from 1 to 100) inside the summation of Zdm1.
If you also add n as a parameter to the function, all errors are gone:
Now you can plot, e.g.:
Success!
Luc
Hello
I want to thank you again, but I have two questions
- for which you neglected q for Zdm1 (wp, q).
- for which you created Zdm2 (wp, n) with a single variable.
- normally ZDM (Wp, n, q) or not.
Thank you
greetings
"for which you neglected q for Zdm1 (wp, q)."
Because q is not needed as a parameter to Zdm1, it is only the running variable for the summation inside it.
"for which you created Zdm2 (wp, n) with a single variable."
I didn't. I created Zdm1(wp,n), because otherwise n is an unknown variable for this function.
"normally ZDM (Wp, n, q) or not."
Depends on what you want.
Maybe it's just that the equation (21) is ill-formed....?
Where does it come from?
Luc
Hi bens,
the "thing" is very confusing...
The formulas are incorrect.
But, isn't it easier to rewrite the formula as it is given?
To simplify, I have set, previously n = q. If instead we set n different from q, the graphs do not change for n = 1 and n = 100, as seen in the following picture: