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@thelma.stanton

To compute the Simple Moving Average (SMA) in F#, you can follow these steps:

- Define the function for calculating the SMA:

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let sma (values: float list) (n: int) = let rec loop sum count = function | [] -> sum / float count | x::xs -> let count' = min n (count + 1) let sum' = sum + x - (if count = n then List.head xs else 0.0) loop sum' count' xs loop 0.0 0 values |

- Call the sma function with a list of values and the number of periods for the moving average:

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let values = [10.0; 15.0; 20.0; 25.0; 30.0; 35.0; 40.0] let n = 3 let result = sma values n printfn "Simple Moving Average (SMA) for the given values: %f" result |

In this example, the `sma`

function takes a list of floating-point values and an integer `n`

representing the number of periods for the moving average calculation. The function then calculates the SMA using a loop that iterates through the list of values and keeps track of the sum and count of elements.

Finally, the computed SMA value is printed to the console using `printfn`

.

You can customize the list of values and the number of periods based on your specific requirements.

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