The test suite checks for equality, but different techniques have small numerical differences. The test suite should allow for these differences, as it eliminates many solutions that are correct.
This problem has been updated to check against a small error value rather than for equality.
I am getting error after submitting as,
"We're sorry, but something went wrong. We've been notified about this issue and we'll take a look at it shortly"
But completion bar has been incremented.
Thanks and Have a Good DaY
Would the use of polyarea(x,y) work?
I tried but I'm getting an issue to submit!
for bringing back memories- THANK YOU!
I think you need to fix your testing algorithm. I have the right answer but it keeps saying error.
@Michael, The testing algorithm is correct. Kindly look into why your code is producing the incorrect result.
This was a neat problem to practice triangular based calculations.
Nice solve man!!!
I am impressed!!
d1=sqrt((X(2)-X(1))^2+(Y(2)-Y(1))^2); %distancia de A hasta B
d2=sqrt((X(3)-X(1))^2+(Y(3)-Y(1))^2); %distancia de A hasta C
d3=sqrt((X(3)-X(2))^2+(Y(3)-Y(2))^2); %distancia de B hasta C
y=sqrt(s*(s-d1)*(s-d2)*(s-d3)) %Fórmula de Herón
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