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Dynamically filling matrix with a[[n,m]] = 1/a[[m,n]]
I'm building a square matrix, with 1s on the diagonal and elements in U the inverse of elements in L, which are random integers drawn from the sequence 1, ..., 9. Given the nature of the problem I ...
Apr 18 '13 at 14:36
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