I think it's best not to have a working solution already entered by default, but maybe that's just me.
@author: please remove the solution for this very easy "problem"
I agree with Ed, the solution is already given in the problem, which defeats the purpose of it.
max(X) gives the largest elements for each row. To traverse the whole matrix, convert it to a column,X(:), then take its max, max(X(:))
Make a checkerboard matrix
Back to basics 7 - Equal NaNs
Sum of first n terms of a harmonic progression
Matlab Basics II - Count rows in a matrix
Finding perimeter of a rectangle
Area of a circle
Finding fourier transform of a given vector
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