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Hi. I have been asked to iterate a function 100 times with an initial guess of x=4, but i am unsure how to go around it. I have been given the following function:

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Hi. I am a complete novice at matlab and have been asked to create a 10x10 matrix in as few steps as possible. The first row has to be from 1:10, the second line from 2:11 and so on. How can I create this using repmat?

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