To replace the last row of a matrix in MATLAB, you can use indexing to access the last row and replace it with a new row.

Here's an example code snippet:

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In this code, we first create a sample matrix `A`

. We then create a new row `newRow`

that we want to replace the last row of `A`

with.

We get the number of rows in `A`

using the `size`

function, and then use indexing to replace the last row with `newRow`

.

After running this code, the matrix `A`

will have the last row replaced with `newRow`

.

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