## tracing – Listplot with a for function for x values

I want to draw a function with points and lines.
I have to use listplot and plot.
Now I have the values ​​y but x values ​​are wrong.
So I want to manipulate them with a for function in my listplot.

But it does not work.
Can any one tell me how to improve it?

``````xk(k_, n_) := (-1 + k*1/(n/2))
xk(4, 7)
f(x_) := 1/(1 + 25 x^2)
f(6)
fk(n_) := Table(f(xk(i, n)), {i, 0, n})
fk(10)
ListPlot(for(i = 0, i <= 10, i++, {xk(i, 10), Part(fk(10), i)}))
Plot(fk(xk(x, n), {x, 0, 10})
``````

## fraud – What to do with a shady exchange?

I am new here and the reason is that I believe I have been a victim of
scam. And I hope you can guide me out of this crappy situation or at least help expose the fraudsters.

I'm stupid and I got in touch with a guy called Glen Morley by telegram that would have a very precise signal rate on bitcoin trading, which it actually did, assuming the stock market had real cards. We have an agreement to share the 80/20 profit. He did not ask for any private information whatsoever. He ordered me to open an account on bitfami.com

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After a week, today, I did my last exchange today to understand the configuration as a whole. It turned out that the 15% tax on the total profits they mentioned was supposed to be deposited in order to be withdrawn, which they do not mention. This is not even written anywhere on their site. In my case, it's about \$ 6,400. I do not have this money. Even if I had, it would be impossible for me to drop again in a shady exchange that holds surprises last minute. When I spoke to Glen, he encouraged me to pay him by getting a loan! I think the guy called Glen and this exchange work together. First to convince people to file, then to make them believe that they make quick profits and in the end to make them deposit ridiculous sums to withdraw, which would probably never happen.

Sorry to take your time with this, but I feel it is my job to spread the news and ask for advice if possible.

I have screenshots of every conversation I have had with exchange support and with Glen in case that would help.

Any help is appreciated, thank you in advance.

## Is there a solution for the error: invalid condarc yaml and ConfigurationLoadError: unable to load the configuration file?

during the installation of anaconda suite, during the execution, I have faced these errors. the first was `ConfigurationLoadError: Unable to load the configuration file.` and the second was `error: condarc invalid yaml`
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