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# Convert to MATLAB Code

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Mushahid Rasul on 20 Mar 2020
Commented: Mushahid Rasul on 26 Mar 2020

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Mushahid Rasul on 20 Mar 2020
function f = function_5(x)
a = 1;
sum1 = 0;
for i =1: size(x,1)
for j=1:25
sum1 = (1/(j + (x(i,1) - a)^6+(x(i,2) - a)^6));
end
f(i) = 0.002 + sum1;
end
end
My attempt. Would this be correct?
Walter Roberson on 20 Mar 2020
No, the equation involves which in MATLAB would be a(i,j)

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### Accepted Answer

Prabhan Purwar on 26 Mar 2020
Hi,
Following code illustrates the implementation of the above equation:
x=[2 3]; %x vector
f=function_5(x);
function f= function_5(x)
a=ones(2,25); % a(i,j)
sum1=0;
sum=0;
for j=1:25
for i=1:2
sum1= sum1 + (x(i) - a(i,j))^6;
end
sum = sum + 1/(j+sum1);
suom1=0;
end
f=0.002+sum;
end
Hope it helps!!

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Prabhan Purwar on 26 Mar 2020
This was his very first question, I didn't felt it's a bad idea to help someone.
Walter Roberson on 26 Mar 2020
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Mushahid Rasul on 26 Mar 2020
I’m sorry if I have caused any problems, I had done it on my own but was a little unsure about the equation conversion into Matlab. Thank you for your help. Also I’ll make sure not to ask for complete solutions in the future.

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