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# Problem 44882. Opposite point of the earth, what is the antipodal of a point ?

Solution 1793907

Submitted on 20 Apr 2019
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
%Mathworks headquarters lat = '42.3 N'; long = '71.37 W'; [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long); lat_o_correct = '42.3 S'; long_o_correct = '108.63 E'; assert(isequal([lat_o long_o],[lat_o_correct long_o_correct]))

h = 108.6300 i = 'E' long_o = '108.63 E'

Output argument "lat_o" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "opposite_earth_point". Error in Test1 (line 4) [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long);

2   Fail
%San Antonio lat = '29.31 N'; long = '98.46 W'; [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long); lat_o_correct = '29.31 S'; long_o_correct= '81.54 E'; assert(isequal([lat_o long_o],[lat_o_correct long_o_correct]))

h = 81.5400 i = 'E' long_o = '81.54 E'

Output argument "lat_o" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "opposite_earth_point". Error in Test2 (line 4) [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long);

3   Fail
%My city lat = '32.9 S'; long = '68.82 W'; [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long); lat_o_correct= '32.9 N'; long_o_correct = '111.18 E'; assert(isequal([lat_o long_o],[lat_o_correct long_o_correct]))

h = 111.1800 i = 'E' long_o = '111.18 E'

Output argument "lat_o" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "opposite_earth_point". Error in Test3 (line 4) [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long);

4   Fail
%Big Ben lat = '51.5 N'; long = '0.12 W'; [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long); lat_o_correct= '51.5 S'; long_o_correct = '179.88 E'; assert(isequal([lat_o long_o],[lat_o_correct long_o_correct]))

h = 179.8800 i = 'E' long_o = '179.88 E'

Output argument "lat_o" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "opposite_earth_point". Error in Test4 (line 4) [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long);

5   Fail
%Wellington lat = '41.27 S'; long = '174.78 E'; [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long); lat_o_correct= '41.27 N'; long_o_correct = '5.22 W'; assert(isequal([lat_o long_o],[lat_o_correct long_o_correct]))

h = 5.2200 i = 'W' long_o = '5.22 W'

Output argument "lat_o" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "opposite_earth_point". Error in Test5 (line 4) [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long);

6   Fail
%Some point of Brasil lat = '1 S'; long = '50 W'; [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long); lat_o_correct= '1 N'; long_o_correct = '130 E'; assert(isequal([lat_o long_o],[lat_o_correct long_o_correct]))

h = 130 i = 'E' long_o = '130 E'

Output argument "lat_o" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "opposite_earth_point". Error in Test6 (line 4) [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long);

7   Fail
% Some point near to Moscú lat = '55 N'; long = '37 E'; [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long); lat_o_correct= '55 S'; long_o_correct = '143 W'; assert(isequal([lat_o long_o],[lat_o_correct long_o_correct]))

h = 143 i = 'W' long_o = '143 W'

Output argument "lat_o" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "opposite_earth_point". Error in Test7 (line 4) [lat_o long_o]=opposite_earth_point(lat,long);