Write a function that takes an input argument n, checks whether or not n is positive, and then provides the sum: 1 + √2/2! + √3/3! + ⋯ + √n/n!.
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James Tursa on 21 Oct 2016
Edited: James Tursa on 21 Oct 2016
1) Create a function file called myfunction.m in your working directory. E.g.,
2) Put the following code into this file:
function result = myfunction(n)
% Insert your n check code here
result = 0; % initialize the result
% Insert a loop here to add the terms to result
Insert your code for n checking and term adding into the places indicated. Also add comments to this file to state the purpose of the function, show the calling syntax, and explain what the inputs and outputs are.