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Number of first days of the month equals to Mondays

Hello guys, I have an assignment that states: "Write a function called day_counter that returns the number of Mondays that fe...

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answersWrite a function called integerize that takes as its input a matrix A of integers of type double, and returns the name of the “smallest” signed integer class to which A can be converted without loss of information. If no such class exists, the text '

Hi, Another answer would be like this: function [ smallA ] = integerize( A ) minimum = min(A(:)); maximum = max(A(:));...

5 years ago | 0

The function move_me is defined like this: function w = move_me(v,a). The first input argument v is a row-vector, while a is a scalar. The function moves every element of v that is equal to a to the end of the vector.

Hi, This answer might be helpful: function w= move_me(v,a) % The first input argument v is a row-vector, while a is a s...

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c0 and x are scalars, c - vector, and p - scalar. If c is [ ], then p = c0. If c is a scalar, then p = c0 + c*x . Else, p =

Here is my solution: function p = poly_val(c0,c,x) format long n=(1:1:length(c)); c=c(:)' & This part converts any array...

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Write a function called one_per_n that returns the smallest positive integer n for which the sum 1 + 1/2 + 1/3 + … + 1/n , is greater than or equal to x where x is the input argument. Limit the maximum number n of terms in the sum to 10,000 .

Hello Nava, Maybe you could also try to simplify your code. Here is my example: function out = holiday (m, d) if (m==1 ...

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How do you have a logical operator of true and false as your type but 0 and 1 as your value?

Hi Alexandra, Maybe another alternative would be: function [isEligible]=eligible( v,q ) Your_Output_Name= v>88 && q>...

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