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# Problem 44450. Create a magic square matrix for a given odd integer

Solution 3438368

Submitted on 27 Oct 2020 at 15:03
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
n = 3; y_correct = [15 15 15 15]; %row sum, col sum, main diag sum, other diag sum [a b c d] = MagicSquare(n); assert(isequal([a b c d],y_correct))

row1Sum = 3 col1Sum = 3 diag1Sum = 3 adiagSum = 3

Assertion failed.

2   Fail
n = 5; y_correct = [65 65 65 65]; %row sum, col sum, main diag sum, other diag sum [a b c d] = MagicSquare(n); assert(isequal([a b c d],y_correct))

row1Sum = 5 col1Sum = 5 diag1Sum = 5 adiagSum = 5

Assertion failed.

3   Fail
n = 9; y_correct = [369 369 369 369]; %row sum, col sum, main diag sum, other diag sum [a b c d] = MagicSquare(n); assert(isequal([a b c d],y_correct))

row1Sum = 9 col1Sum = 9 diag1Sum = 9 adiagSum = 9

Assertion failed.

4   Fail
n = 15; y_correct = [1695 1695 1695 1695]; %row sum, col sum, main diag sum, other diag sum [a b c d] = MagicSquare(n); assert(isequal([a b c d],y_correct))

row1Sum = 15 col1Sum = 15 diag1Sum = 15 adiagSum = 15

Assertion failed.

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