Create a model or spreadsheet in matlab, MATLAB Programming

The pressure radiated by a column of in-phase monopole sources may be expressed as:

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Create a model (spreadsheet / MATLAB etc) for a 6 element column, where d=0.2m. Figure gives an example solution, where f=1kHz.  You may choose an arbitrary source strength, but r must be large compared to source dimensions.

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Figure:  Column source directivity where N=6, d=0.2, f=1kHz

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