Why Do I keep getting NaNs in my code???

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Jamie Al
Jamie Al on 9 May 2021
Edited: Jamie Al on 11 May 2021
I have posted the full code but I generally do not umderstand why??

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Muhtasim Haque Nahian
Muhtasim Haque Nahian on 9 May 2021
NaN stands for Not a Number. If your variable/matrix/input does not have the specific number/range that should meet the argument, NaN will appear as an output.
Hope this helps!

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