## Write a program that will find the smallest number that is divisible (without remainder) of each of the numbers 1 to 10.

### scott corley (view profile)

on 1 Sep 2017
Latest activity Edited by José-Luis

on 7 Sep 2017
Thank You

### José-Luis (view profile)

on 1 Sep 2017
Edited by José-Luis

### José-Luis (view profile)

on 1 Sep 2017

disp('2520')
Or did you expect people to do your homework?

scott corley

### scott corley (view profile)

on 1 Sep 2017
If you can't help, then don't bother commenting at all.
José-Luis

### José-Luis (view profile)

on 1 Sep 2017
Oh, I can try to help, and I'll keep on commenting, thank you very much.
Asking for someone else to do something that is obviously homework, where you have put no effort, doesn't really motivate, and is in fact considered cheating.
I also fail to see a specific Matlab question.
Furthermore:
Just for kicks, you could submit this:
a = (1:10).';
dummy = perms(a.');
dummy = cumprod(dummy,2);
to_keep = dummy;
dummy = bsxfun(@rdivide,dummy,reshape(a.',1,1,10));
dummy = dummy == floor(dummy);
dummy = sum(dummy,3) == 10;
column = sum(dummy);
column = find(column > 0, 1);
idx = dummy(:,column);
result = min(to_keep(idx,column))
I just love the woefully inefficient. But hey, there are no loops.
And the logic should help.
John D'Errico

### John D'Errico (view profile)

on 2 Sep 2017
@Scott: if you can't do your own homework, then don't bother asking someone else to do it for you. :)

on 1 Sep 2017