I have written the code correctly, and I am getting the correct expected value, but still, it is giving an error. I have attached the screenshots below

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I have written the code correctly, and I am getting the correct expected value, but still, it is giving an error. I have attached the screenshots below

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Please note that `epsilon`

is not in the square root.

Right! The order of operations is always crucial. \epsilon is in the denominator, but *not* under the square root in the math formula.

Also note that you need to look more closely at your answers. They are *not* the same: an error in the 4th or 5th decimal place is not just a rounding error. We are dealing with 64 bit floating point here, so rounding errors are on the order of 10^{-15} or smaller. E.g. look at W1[0,1]: your value differs in the second decimal place from the expected value.