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@alysson_lynch

To compute moving averages in F#, you can create a function that takes a list of numbers and a window size as input, then calculates the moving average for each window in the list. Here's an example implementation:

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let movingAverage (numbers: float list) (windowSize: int) = let rec movingAverageHelper (numbers: float list) (windowSize: int) = let sum = List.sum (List.take windowSize numbers) let average = sum / float windowSize match numbers with | [] -> [] | head::tail -> if List.length tail < windowSize then [] else average::(movingAverageHelper tail windowSize) movingAverageHelper numbers windowSize |

You can then call this function with a list of numbers and a desired window size to compute the moving averages. Here's an example usage:

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let numbers = [1.0; 2.0; 3.0; 4.0; 5.0; 6.0; 7.0; 8.0; 9.0; 10.0] let windowSize = 3 let averages = movingAverage numbers windowSize printfn "Moving Averages: %A" averages |

This will output:

```
1
``` |
Moving Averages: [2.0; 3.0; 4.0; 5.0; 6.0; 7.0; 8.0] |

This example calculates moving averages with a window size of 3 for the list of numbers provided. You can adjust the window size or input numbers as needed for your specific use case.

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