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Unformatted text preview: %% Miguel De Gracia. 19481379. Lab Assignment 6. Section 22 % %% Problem 1a % x=1:100; for k=1:length(x) X=x(k).^2; end e %% Problem 1b % x=20:-1:13; for k=1:length(x) X=log(x(k)); end e %% Problem 1c % type myfactorial myfactorial(8) m %% Problem 1d % type exp_app exp_app(2,4) exp_app(2,10) e %% Problem 1e % A = magic(6) %Creates a matrix with equal amount of rows and columns where the sum of %the rows and columns are equal, also applying to the diagonal of the %matrix created. The integers may vary from 1 to 6^2. I = [1:3 5:6]; %Creates a row vector 1x6, excluding the number 4. J = 6:-2:1; %Creates a row vector 1x3, [6 4 2] for i = I for j = J A(i,j) = - A(i,j); %Goes to the indices provided by i and j and makes that value %negative, it will do so for all j first once that is finished it %will go to the next i and do it for all j again. end end A %In the end, all the the rows, excluding the fourth row, in the columns %2,4, and 6, will now be negative. % %% Problem 2 % %DO PROBLEM 2 IT IS JUST EXPLAINING WHAT THE CODE DOES!!!! % %% Problem 3a %...
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