Fill the vector with powers of 2, so that vector(1) is 2^1, vector(2) is 2^2, etc. Stop with vector(10). Complete the function using a for loop.
I really wanted to write: "Fantastic problem, encourages the usage of the best and most efficient Matlab coding style.
And the test suite is especially noteworthy." ;)
rough situation,tough answer.lol
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