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I guess I am not trying to solve those problems&#8230; I am trying to understand in which cases the MatLab is making mistakes. I cannot see a problem here, because the numbers are close to each other and they are not extremely small. Or are they?
Abs (J(n))<=1, because it is an area of a function that is at most 1/pi.
Could you help me in this analysis?