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Asked by Umer on 9 Feb 2011

Generate a 4x4 matrix P, whose first column is an array of 0, 2, 4 and 6; second column is an array of 1, 3, 5, and 7; third is the second column in reverse order and fourth column is the first column in reverse order. I want to use Reverse function or something like that..

Answer by Andreas Goser on 9 Feb 2011

Answer by Jan Simon on 9 Feb 2011

It would be an inefficient idea to use a function to create a 4x4 matrix with fixed values!

P = [0, 1, 7, 6; ... 2, 3, 5, 4; ... 4, 5, 3, 2; ... 6, 7, 1, 0];

Now this homework is solved. Kind regards to your teacher.

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Walter Roberson on 10 Feb 2011

I think of it as a way of differentiating between those who learn and those who copy without understanding.

Answer by Matt Fig on 10 Feb 2011

Walter, I am shocked that you didn't include the *obvious* nested FOR loop.

cnt = 0; for ii = 1:2, for jj = 1:4 A(4-jj+1,4-ii+1) = cnt; A(jj,ii) = cnt; cnt = cnt + 2; end cnt = 1; end

Walter Roberson on 10 Feb 2011

I was working on fitting it to a 100'th order polynomial, but discovered that any order beyond 23 gives absolutely completely wrong answers!

Answer by Matt Fig on 10 Feb 2011

Or, a one liner:

reshape(permute(reshape([0:7 7:-1:0],2,4,2),[2,1,3]),4,4)

Answer by Walter Roberson on 9 Feb 2011

t = (0:2:6).'; trev = t(length(t):-1:1); P = [t, t+1, trev+1, trev];

Answer by Walter Roberson on 9 Feb 2011

t = (0:2:6).' trev = zeros(size(t)); trev(end:-1:1) = t; P = [t, t+1, trev+1, trev];

Answer by Walter Roberson on 9 Feb 2011

for K = 1 : 4 t(K) = 2*(K - 1); end for K = 1:length(t) trev(K) = t(end+1-K); end

etc.

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