here,y(1) is the minimum of x,
y(2) is the maximum of x,
y(3) is the 2nd minimum .. this way continue.
x can be an array or a matrix.
y is a row matrix.
Stuff the Board
Replace multiples of 5 with NaN
Edges of a n-dimensional Hypercube
Divisible by 5
Yoonir - 02
Last non-zero digit
Sub-sequence - 01
Inscribed circle in a triangle
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