Please add test cases:
assert(isequal(maxexp(1e9, 2), 999999987))
assert(isequal(maxexp(1e9, 3), 499999993))
The harder test cases were going to be in version 2 of the problem. This was just to get the ball rolling. I see that you went ahead and submitted the problem with your added test cases, which is never a bad thing. Thanks, and I'm glad you liked the problem!
Find relatively common elements in matrix rows
Find the palindrome
Basics: 'Find the eigenvalues of given matrix
Find a Pythagorean triple
Fill the matrix - 1
Sums of Multiple Pairs of Triangular Numbers
That's some divisor you've got there...
Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.
Piecewise linear interpolation
Don't be mean. Be nice!
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