Community Profile # Jan Orwat

### StethoMe

Actif depuis 2013

Primarily dsp engineer, algorithm developer for sound processing for IoT. Hardware production specialist focused on prototyping, device testers designing and manufacture as well as introducing product for mass production assembly lines.

Programming Languages:
Python, R, MATLAB
Spoken Languages:
English

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The Piggy Bank Problem
Given a cylindrical piggy bank with radius g and height y, return the bank's volume. [ g is first input argument.] Bonus though...

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Circle/Pentagon Overlap
Your function will be provided with the five vertices of a pentagon (p) as well as the center point (cp) and radius (r) of a cir...

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Inscribed Pentagon?
Your function will be provided with the five vertices of a pentagon (p) as well as the center point (cp) and radius (r) of a cir...

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Easy Sequences 33: Web Trapped Ant
An ant is trapped on a spider web inside a can with open top. The can has a radius and height . A spider sitting on the outside...

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Is this is a Tic Tac Toe X Win?
For the game of <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tic-tac-toe Tic Tac Toe> we will be storing the state of the game in a matrix M. ...

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Pentagonal Numbers
Your function will receive a lower and upper bound. It should return all pentagonal numbers within that inclusive range in ascen...

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Write a function to provide a yes or no answer to the input string. However, it must plead the 5th amendment (return an empty st...

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The Top 5 Primes
This problem series invites you to solve two simple problems related to the integer NUMBER FIVE, in order to celebrate <https://...

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Breaking Out of the Matrix
Do you want to take the Red Pill, or the Blue Pill? If you take the Blue Pill, you will simply pass along to the next problem...

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Pernicious Anniversary Problem
Since Cody is 5 years old, it's pernicious. A <http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Pernicious_numbers Pernicious number> is an integer w...

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Energy of a photon
*&#9883 &#9762 &#9883 &#9762 &#9883 &#9762 &#9883* Given the frequency F of a photon in giga hertz. Find energy E of this...

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Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.
Submit your answer to this problem a multiple of 5 seconds after the hour. Your answer is irrelevant; the only thing that matte...

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Find the complement of a number in binary
Input x is a decimal number and output y is the complement of binary representation of x. For example, x = 10 has the binary ...

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Word Distance - Sum
Let's suppose that the distance of a word can be calculated by summing the differences between its letters, having assigned the ...

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<https://oeis.org/A087061 OEIS link for a description of lunar arithmetic> Simply take the larger digit. Example 1: ...

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Find the right number make the equation
Given positive integer number n, find the right positive integer number a, b , so that (1) sqrt(a + n * b) is a positive inte...

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Make an anonymous function that has variable output
Make a anonymous function that has variable output. f = @(x)... the following equation→equation(s) as followed has(ve) ...

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How many solutions has this problem?
Guess, predict or calculate :-) (You will be scored by the accuracy). Update: <http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcent...

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This problem is designed to test your luck, and therefore the contents of your function are irrelevant. In order to do so, the t...

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Tautology
Check if given expression is always true. For example sentence '~(A & B) == (~A | ~B)' is always true. Characters in ...

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Polarisation
You have n polarising filters stacked one on top of another, and you know each axis angle. How much light gets passed through th...

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Pernicious Anniversary Problem
Since Cody is 5 years old, it's pernicious. <http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Pernicious_numbers Pernicious number> is an integer whi...

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Resizing Matrices
Take an 4x3 matrix, and resize it to a 2x6 matrix

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OXO counting
Count the number of occurrences of "OXO" in rows, columns, diagonals and anti-diagonals. Example: >> board = ['OOX' ...

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Twist 'n' Match
Given n and m, construct an n-by-n matrix a such that a, when rotated 90 degrees and compared with itself, matches itself in exa...

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Oh Zero Zero Zero!!!
Hello all, So you have to find the largest section of zeros in a vector and then find the length of those zeros and there start...

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OXO counting
Count the number of occurrences of "OXO" in rows, columns, diagonals and anti-diagonals. Example: >> board = ['OOX' ...

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Rotate array 90 degrees
Rotate the given matrix by 90 degrees. Example, A = [1 2 3 ; 4 5 6 ] B = rotated(A) = [ 3 6; 2 5; 1 4 ]

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Calculate some equation
Using given inputs x and z, make two outputs that are y1 = (xz)/(x/z)^2 + 14x^2 - 0.8z^2 y2 = x^z - z^x + (x/z)^2 - (z/x...

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How many problems and solutions did you like?
When I started to create problems in my early stages of playing Cody, one day, I realized that Aurelien Queffurust liked one of ...

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