Hello Experts,
When I am trying to use summation instead of giving one single value it is giving me table as output can someone please help
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Attached is a file with the suggestions of Luc implemented
You can use your way but because you are using the default value 0 for ORIGIN, vector indices start with 0 and so you have to accommodate for that when you define you range.
But you are on the save side if you define the range as was suggested by Luc. And its important that you you the vector/matrix index on E and not a literal one!
To calculate the sum you may also use the vector sum from the matrix toolbar (her you don't need any index on E)
You probably want to set
i:= ORIGIN...last(E)
to have it index all elements of the vector E.
Then in the summation you have i at the bottom of the Sigma, but you should also use it in the argument to Sigma.
instead of just
E
use
E[i
Success!
Luc
There us a shortcut:
Attached is a file with the suggestions of Luc implemented
You can use your way but because you are using the default value 0 for ORIGIN, vector indices start with 0 and so you have to accommodate for that when you define you range.
But you are on the save side if you define the range as was suggested by Luc. And its important that you you the vector/matrix index on E and not a literal one!
To calculate the sum you may also use the vector sum from the matrix toolbar (her you don't need any index on E)