I've got a set of frequency distribution and output value

i.e.

F[0 1 2 3 6 9 2 5 2 2 1 1 1] = 11.30

F[0 0 2 3 4 6 2 8 2 1 1 1 1] = 41.66

I want to find a function F which gives that returns that output.

Is it a suitable question?

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    It depends, is this about Wolfram Mathematica? – Kuba Jan 8 at 20:02
  • This is way too vague. You must describe your problem much better before we can even help you formulate a question. – m_goldberg Jan 9 at 4:05
  • I realized that there would be infinite function to try.. the first function tried could be x0 + x1 + x3... the secondo 2*x0 and so on... – Revious Jan 9 at 16:16
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No it is not, yet.

  • First of all, nothing implies it is about Wolfram Mathematica. We can doubt because we migrate misposted topics everyday

  • If it is about Mathematica it is not clear what do you mean by F[0 1 2 3 6 9 2 5 2 2 1 1 1] as this is not a correct syntax, unless you meant multiplication.

  • Maybe for a specialist this is a clear problem but it should be clear for Mathematica users. And from regular user perspective there is a function F: R^13 -> R and two points. Fitting does not make sense unless you elaborate on implicit assumptions/restrictions about F.

In general, see asking guidelines

  • I realized that the problem is that assuming, for example, only this simple function: F = a * sin(b * x) and F: R^2 -> R we have already 2 possible usages of x1, x2. a=x1, b=x2 or viceversa.. but we may write other million of functions.. – Revious Jan 14 at 12:33

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