Problem 1026. Solving a quadratic equation
18.94% Correct | 81.06% Incorrect
Last Solution submitted on Feb 18, 2023
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Rody Oldenhuis on 6 Nov 2012
Might want to adjust your assertions there...the _order_ of the solutions should not matter of course, and in case there is a single root, an output of either 1 or 2 equal numbers should be permissible
J-G van der Toorn on 6 Nov 2012
It's a pity that isequal returns false if the difference between the two arguments is only eps (2e-15).
J.R.! Menzinger on 6 Nov 2012
Why should the solution be giben in a certain way?? in this case the solution [-1 3] must be equal to [3 -1] ... :-/
Abdelhak ARESMOUK on 7 Nov 2012
I will edit the problem. And give more explanations.
li haitao on 16 Nov 2018
Bad test suit.
@bmtran (Bryant Tran) on 20 Nov 2012
wow, my use of transpose instead of ctranspose destroyed me this time...
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