# Make a vector based on for loop values

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Hannah Wood on 7 Oct 2020
Commented: madhan ravi on 7 Oct 2020
I need to make a code to find the number of values between 120 and 230 that are odd and are multiples of 11 and 13, then store the answers in a vector. I can't quite figure out how to make a vector based on the for loop. All I can manage to get is
n = [120:+1:230];
for n = 120:230;
if mod(2,2) == 1;
else mod(n,11) == 0 && mod(n,13) == 0;
end
end
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Hannah Wood on 7 Oct 2020
My teacher is requiring that we use a loop

madhan ravi on 7 Oct 2020
You are close:
if (mod(n,2) == 1)&& (mod(n,11) == 0 || mod(n,13) == 0);
If the above statement is true , you will save n in a variable.
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madhan ravi on 7 Oct 2020
doc for % I would suggest you to do MATLAB On-ramp course

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