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r)} \right) \right]. \label{eq:Iint_ISL_single_PP}\end{aligned}$$These results are written for the geometry shown in figure $fig:ISL\_M\_eta$c. In general, both the surface and the bulk contributions to g^{(1)}(\vec{r}) contain the structure of the wavefunction in the vicinity of the slab-air interface. To express g^{(1)}(\vec{r}) in terms of the wavefunction \Psi(\vec{r}) over the surface of the slab, it is necessary to calculate the derivative of \Psi(\vec{r}) over the surface. We assume that g^{(1)}(\vec{r}) can be expressed as a product of a function g(\vec{r}) and \Psi(\vec{r}), i.e., g^{(1)}(\vec{r}) = g(\vec{r})\Psi(\vec{r}). We then obtain an expression of g^{(1)}(\vec{r}) as a derivative of g(\vec{r}). In this way, we can express g^{(1)}(\vec{r}) as$$\begin{aligned} g^{(1)}(\vec{r}) &=& \frac{ -1}{3\pi \epsilon_0^2 } \frac{ \left\langle \Psi(\vec{r}) \right| \Psi(\vec{r}) \left| \Psi(\vec{r}) \right\rangle }{ \left\langle \Psi(\vec{r}) \right| \Psi(\vec{r}) \left| \Psi(\vec{r}) \right\rangle } onumber \\ && \times \frac{\partial \Psi(\vec{r})}{\partial n}. \label{eq:g1_

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Q: How to add equations in an array? I have an array of equations in float format. I have no idea how to add these equations together. Equations are : s = 1*0.5*(x1*0.5 + y1 + z1 – 0.5); t = 0.5*(x2*0.5 + y2 + z2 – 0.5); Equation should be like that: s + t = 1*0.5*(x1*0.5 + y1 + z1 + x2*0.5 + y2 + z2) – 1 So how do I add an array of equations together in MATLAB? A: First, you have to read in the data from your file, that will give you something like this: a = {‘s = 1*0.5*(x1*0.5 + y1 + z1 – 0.5);’, ‘t = 0.5*(x2*0.5 + y2 + z2 – 0.5);’}; %# get one equation per line a = [a; char(getline(fid))] %# transpose to get a 3d matrix a = a.’ After that, you can add all of them together: s = a{1}; t = a{2}; %# add them s = s + t Finally, you can save it to a file like this: fid = fopen(‘file.txt’, ‘a’); fprintf(fid,’s = %f; t = %f; ‘, s, t); fclose(fid); And if you want the result in matlab, you could do this: fid = fopen(‘file.txt’, ‘r’); %# read in the data s = char(fgetl(fid)); t = char(fgetl(fid)); %# split into s and t s = strtrim(s) t = strtrim(t) %# append them to s and t variables s = [s; t]; t = [t; s]; %# rejoin, transpose and save s = [s;