Determine the number of unique odd integers in a vector.
Input x = [2 5 8 3 7 1];
Output y = 4;
Input x = [2 5 9];
Output y = 2;
The code check does not mandate that you find the number of *unique* odd integers, just the absolute number of odd integers. This is a source of confusion and inflated size!
Right and wrong
vectorization in N
Is this matrix orthogonal?
Number of 1s in a binary string
Create matrix of replicated elements
It's race time! Write a faster function than the test suite call of unique().
Calculate the probability that at least two people in a group share the same birthday.
Penny flipping - calculate winning probability (easy)
It's race time again! Write a function that is at least twice as fast as the test suite call of repmat().
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