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Write a function remove elt(v,a) that takes as input a vector v and a number a, and as output returns a vector that is the same as v but with a single value of a removed. For example, if we run remove elt([-2 1 3 1 5], 1 ), then the output should be either [-2 3 1 5] or [-2 1 3 5]. matlab question

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Write a function custom sort(v) that takes as input a vector v
and as output returns the vector w sorted into increasing order.
For example, if the input is [−2 1 3 1 5], the output should be [−2
1 1 3 5]. Don’t use the built-in ”sort” function or anything
similar. matlab question

IN MATLAB: Write a function file that takes a vector as an input
and returns another vector with all repeated elements of the
original vector. For example, the vector [3 4 1 0 4 -5 7 3] would
return the vector [3 4]. Do not use the built-in function
"repelem."

Write the function has duplicate() which takes as input a
vector v and outputs true if there is a re-
peated element in v and false if there is no repeated
elements. Below is the algorithm which you
should implement.
default output is 0
for elt1 in v:
for elt2 later in v than elt1:
if elt1==elt2, make output 1, break, end
end
end
Checking if elt1==elt2 counts as one step. Setting the output
value also counts as one step....

Write a function in Matlab that takes as input the number of
iterations k, the size n, and a sparse matrix A. Have this function
run the Power method for k iterations on an initial guess the
vector of 1’s and output the dominant eigenvalue and its
corresponding eigenvector. Use only basic programming.
Write out or print out your function.

Write a function find square root(x) that takes as input a
number x and as output returns the square root of x. Your results
should converge to at least 6 decimal places. matlab question

Write a function called char_counter that counts the number of a
certain character in a text file. The function takes two input
arguments, fname, a char vector of the filename and character, the
char it counts in the file. The function returns charnum, the
number of characters found. If the file is not found or character
is not a valid char, the function return -1. As an example,
consider the following run. The file "simple.txt" contains a single
line: "This...

MATLAB:
Write a function called matrix_problem1 that
takes a matrix A of positive integers as its sole input. If the
assumption is wrong, the function returns an empty matrix.
Otherwise, the function doubles every odd element of A and returns
the resulting matrix. Notice that the output matrix will have all
even elements. For example, the call B = matrix_problem([1 4; 5 2;
3 1], will make B equal to [2 4; 10 2; 6 2]. The function should
work...

Write a function called sum_half that takes as input a square
matrix A and computes the sum of its elements that are in the upper
right triangular part of A, that is, elements in the diagonal and
elements that are to the right of it. For example, if the input is
[1 2 3; 4 5 6; 7 8 9], then the function would return 26. (That is,
1+2+3+5+6+9) Note, the function triu is not allowed. Please write
as you...

In R- Studio : Write a function that takes as an input a
positive integer and uses the print() function to print out all the
numbers less than the input integer. (Example: for input 5, the
function should print the numbers 1,2,3,4 { for input 1, the
function should not print a number.) Write a recursive function, do
not use any of the loop commands in your code.

Write a function in (C++) named - accending_order - that takes a
reference to a vector of string (like {"HI 32", "HELLO 78", "NAME
97", "WORLD 07"}), and returns nothing. The function should reorder
the vector so that the courses are sorted by number in ascending
order.
Write this function without - int (main).
CODE IN C++ ONLY.
EXPECTED OUTPUT: {"WORLD 07", "HI 32", "HELLO 78", "NAME
97"}

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