symsum(M, a, b)
symsum(M, v, a, b)
lower limit of summation
upper limit of summation
The symsum(M) function computes the element-wise symbolic sum of M. The result, R, is formed as R[i,j] = symsum(M[i,j], v, a, b).
F = symsum(f) is the indefinite symbolic sum of the scalar f. If f is a constant the variable of summation is n.
symsum(f,v) is the indefinite symbolic sum of the scalar f with respect to v.
symsum(f,a,b) is the definite symbolic sum of the scalar f in the range a..b.
symsum(f,v,a,b) is definite symbolic sum of the scalar f in the range a..b with respect to v.
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