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Project Euler: Problem 1, Multiples of 3 and 5

If we list all the natural numbers below 10 that are multiples of 3 or 5, we get 3, 5, 6 and 9. The sum of these multiples is 23...

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Count digits

Count total number of digits from 1 to n. * n=13 * output=17 since from [1-9] total 9 digits.[10-13] total 4*2=8 digits.

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Pattern Sum

Write a function which receives two single digit positive integers, (k and m) as parameters and calculates the total sum as: k...

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Balanced number

Given a positive integer find whether it is a balanced number. For a balanced number the sum of first half of digits is equal to...

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Calculate Amount of Cake Frosting

Given two input variables |r| and |h|, which stand for the radius and height of a cake, calculate the surface area of the cake y...

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Times 2 - START HERE

Try out this test problem first. Given the variable x as your input, multiply it by two and put the result in y. Examples:...

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Write a function called get_distance that accepts two character vector inputs representing the names of two cities. The function returns the distance between them as an output argument called distance. For example, the call get_distance('Seattle, WA'

function y = get_distance(city_1,city_2) global raw; [~,~,raw] = xlsread('Distances.xlsx'); %fetching cities in rows r_city ...

Write a function called get_distance that accepts two character vector inputs representing the names of two cities. The function returns the distance between them as an output argument called distance. For example, the call get_distance('Seattle, WA'

function y = get_distance(city_1,city_2) global raw; [~,~,raw] = xlsread('Distances.xlsx'); %fetching cities in rows r_city ...

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Write a function called sparse2matrix that takes a single input of a cell vector as defined above and returns the output argument called matrix, the matrix in its traditional form

function y = sparse2matrix(p) row = p{1,1}(1,1); col = p{1,1}(1,2); default_val = p{1,2}; matrix = []; %assigning default v...

Write a function called sparse2matrix that takes a single input of a cell vector as defined above and returns the output argument called matrix, the matrix in its traditional form

function y = sparse2matrix(p) row = p{1,1}(1,1); col = p{1,1}(1,2); default_val = p{1,2}; matrix = []; %assigning default v...

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