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# Write a function called flip_it that has one input argument, a row vector v, and one output argument, a row vector w that is of the same length as v....

Write a function called flip_it that has one input argument, a row vector v, and one output argument, a row vector w that is of the same length as v. The vector w contains all the elements of v, but in the exact opposite order. For example, is v is equal to [1 2 3] then w must be equal to [3 2 1]. You are not allowed to use the built-in function flip.