Find rms value of a set of observations of a physical quantity?
Hint: The observations are accessed in the form of vectors
Dear friends some problems with TestBench
??? Assertion failed.
I don't know why it happens....
The assertion calls in the last two checks will always fail because they are missing a ). This problem is unsolvable until it gets fixed.
there is certainly some problem wid the test suite...
Please correct or remove test suite 3 : x = [0 0.5 1/sqrt(2) 1 sqrt(2)];
Bad test cases!
The RMS is defined as the root-mean-squared deviation *from the mean*, not from zero ... so I think the whole test suite needs fixing.
All but one of the test cases require solutions truncated to an arbitrary precision. The other expects an exact solution, but not quite the exact solution I arrive at. Maybe RMS has a special connotation I've forgotten when it involves complex numbers?
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