**Z = smart_math(X,Y)**Assume the input variables X and Y are defined as lists of numbers. The return value of the function should be a list of values named Z, where each value of Z is calculated by using the corresponding values of X and Y according to this equation: Notes: Use element-by-element operations - Z should have the same number of elements that X and Y have. Your code must work for any valid lists of numbers. You do NOT have to use a loop for this problem. Example Test Case: X = [4 23.1 61 3]; Y = [3 2 1 .5]; Z=smart_math(X,Y); should have an output Z = [5.4777 11.5806 1.0164 1.6261]; Do not include any test cases in the code you submit. Assume X and Y are row vectors of equal length. Be sure to define and end your function properly.