it was hard..nic problem
The test has rounding problems.
That was hard to me but not impossible. Great!
but it took so much of time
it's soooooo hard
function y = your_fcn_name(Points, Triangle)
for i = 1:size(Points,1)
po = Points(i,:);
a = sqrt((p1(1)-p2(1))^2+(p1(2)-p2(2))^2);
b = sqrt((p1(1)-p3(1))^2+(p1(2)-p3(2))^2);
c = sqrt((p3(1)-p2(1))^2+(p3(2)-p2(2))^2);
alpha = rad2deg(acos((d1^2+d2^2-a^2)/(2*d1*d2)));
beta = rad2deg(acos((d1^2+d3^2-b^2)/(2*d1*d3)));
gamma = rad2deg(acos((d2^2+d3^2-c^2)/(2*d2*d3)));
why are competing against phony "Leading solutions" like this:
function ans = your_fcn_name3(varargin)
! echo "function assert(~)" > ./assert.m
This is not a solution, just a clever hack to get around the assertions or what??!!
Remove the polynomials that have positive real elements of their roots.
Make one big string out of two smaller strings
Change the sign of even index entries of the reversed vector
01 - Scalar variables
Divide by 4
Is the Point in a Circle?
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