why, oh, why is the test suite exactly the same as the expected solution?
Isn't 10.^(0:0.01:1) more precise?
What? This should work. I hate computer precission!
This approach should work as well, but the results are not exactly equal (<1e-14 error). I suggest adding a tolerance to the test suite.
Perhaps, in the test-suite, you could account for small imprecisions? This would allow for answers that don't use the logspace command.
I agree; not accounting for imprecision is bad numerical practice.
Project Euler: Problem 6, Natural numbers, squares and sums.
Convert a numerical matrix into a cell array of strings
Test if two numbers have the same digits
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07 - Common functions and indexing 4
03 - Matrix Variables 5
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