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If you can figure out the last paragraph, you'll have a way to move an element into the correct position when it's out of place. That element might only be part way down the array, in which case you can move it up by only doing flips as far as that element, leaving the elements after it alone.

Start with an actual example, say 1235674. You want to move 4 up into the position currently occupied by 5. Clearly, 4 must be included in the first flip, else it'll never move. So flip(6) is the first operation, which yields 4765321. Now the ball is in your court.
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