Read in your matrix m, then write m out in four separate files, with each filename having the value of A that was used to create that data. Each file consists of a 2x50 matrix, with the first row being the t values, the second row the corresponding y values for func evaluated with that A value. Ie, for the A values in problem, you would end up with four files, data_2.txt, data_4.txt, data_7.txt, and data_9. Read in the A matrix instead of declaring the A values in the script.
Write out as many files as there are A values/rows of data.
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