Asked by mary freiling
on 18 Nov 2013

Use loops and conditional statements to create a 5 x 8 matrix in which the value of each element is equal to the square root of the sum of the element’s indices unless the element is in an even-numbered column or row. The value of an element in an even-numbered column or row is equal to the sum of the element’s indices squared. (The indices of an element in a matrix are the row number and column number of the element.)

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