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Fortran Programming... Help Please!!!!!

Fortran Programming... Help Please!!!!!

Fortran Programming... Help Please!!!!!

Given two polynomials:
F1(x) = c1xn + c2xn-1 + ... + cnx + cn+1

F2(x) = β1xm + β2xm-1 + ... + βmx + βm+1

Write a fortran subroutine /function to add them, that is, F(x)= F1(x) + F2(x), when, n=m, n>m and n<m. Polynomials are added by adding the coefficients of the terms with the same exponent. Assume that the inputs to the subroutine/function are the vectors c=[c1 c2...cn cn+1] and β=[β1 β2...βm βm+1].

Check your script with the following data sets:
a) c = [43, 54, 55] and β = [77, 66, 88, 44, 33]
b) c = [11, 12, 13, 14] and β = [101, 102]; and
c) c = [1, 2, 3, 4] and β = [10, 20, 30, 40]

RE: Fortran Programming... Help Please!!!!!

What have you done so far and what are you stuck at?

RE: Fortran Programming... Help Please!!!!!

I had my TA for this class try to break it down, but it just wasn't helping any of the class. I was hoping I'd find someone that can help me complete the assignment especially considering there is no office hours the remaining of the week.

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