"kumar vishwajeet" wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > I have the following expression, > > J = l1*x + l2^2*y^2/(l1*x + l2*y) - 1/2*x*y/(l1^2*x^2 + 2*l1*l2*x*y + l2^2*y^2 + l3^2*x^2 + l3^2*y^2)^(3/2)*(8*E*l1^6*x^6 + 8*E*l2^6*y^6 - 4*l1^4*l3^4*x^4 - 4*l1^6*l3^2*x^4 - 4*l2^2*l3^6*x^4 - 4*l2^2*l3^6*y^4 - 8*l2^4*l3^4*y^4 - 4*l2^6*l3^2*y^4 + 8*E*l1^2*l3^4*x^6 + 16*E*l1^4*l3^2*x^6 + 8*E*l2^2*l3^4*y^6) > > The original expression is much longer than that. But just to keep it clean, I've made it shorter. Here, l1, l2, l3, x, y are symbolic variables. I have 400 different values for x and y which I want to replace in the expression. Thus I'll have 400 different values of J corresponding to values of x and y. I want to add all these 400 values together to get one final expression. But the MATLAB is not able to perform addition. I mean to say that it does not collect like terms. For e.g. 2*l1^2 + 3*l1*l2 + 3*l1^2 is equal to 5*l1^2 + 3*l1*l2. MATLAB would give me 2*l1^2 + 3*l1*l2 + 3*l1^2 as the answer. > Is there a way to perform such addition.
Really? I guess if you say it is impossible, you must be right. Not.