Naive Gauss Reduction, MATLAB in Mathematics

Write a MATLAB function [d1, u1, l1, c1, r1] = NaiveGaussArrow(d, u, l, c, r)
that takes as input the 5 vectors de ned above representing A. This function performs
Naive Gauss reduction on the matrix A and returns at the end of the process, the modi ed
vectors : d1, u1, l1, c1, r1 (including the multipliers) .
Your function should neither use the built in MATLAB function that factorizes A into L
and U, nor use the general code for Naive Gauss reduction. Your code should be designed
for Arrow matrices only, and should use the least number of
ops.
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