I have troubles in for loop with 2 variables.
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Chris on 7 Oct 2022
Commented: Rik on 9 Oct 2022
for n = 2:30
p(x) = (factorial(n)./(factorial(x).* factorial(n-x))).*((10/230).^x).*(1-(10/230).^(n-x));
I want to make like - when n=2: x=1,2. when n=3: x=1,2,3. , ..., when n=30: x=1,2,3, ....,30.
Therefore I think it should be 29 values but it has 30 values.
Would you tell me what do I have to fix?
Rik on 9 Oct 2022
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Walter Roberson on 7 Oct 2022
"Therefore I think it should be 29 values but it has 30 values."
But you said that when n = 30, x=1,2,3,...,30 -- which is 30 values.
Note that you are storing into p(x), where x is the inner loop control variable. For each new n value, it is going to overwrite each p(1:n-1) entries from the previous value of n, and then will write in a new value for p(n) in a location that has not been written into before. Overwriting locations is potentially the correct thing to do, but only in cases where you use the existing value -- for example, y(K) = Y(K) + exp(-t)/factorial(K);
Perhaps you want
for n = 2:30
p(n-1, x) = (factorial(n)./(factorial(x).* factorial(n-x))).*((10/230).^x).*(1-(10/230).^(n-x));
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