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Why is this not working please?
a = ones(n,n);
for i = 1:n^2;
a(i) = i;
a = a'
I've tried this in school and it worked fine... :O Could you please help and explain? :)
Look closer at the requirements. Even rows should be flipped, such that their values are in descending order when reading from left-to-right.
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