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Andrew Newell

Last seen: 25 jours il y a Actif depuis 2011

A geophysicist who uses MATLAB for most of his modeling. Professional Interests: geophysics

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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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List the emirps

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Lambert's W
Matlab cody does not support lambertw. Try to create a lambert's w function yourself. Lambert's W is the function that solves...

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First use of arrayfun() and anonymous function @(x)
Create an anonymous function using @(x) for a parabola equation for the given coefficients stored in s with s(1)x2 + s(2)x +...

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The End of the World
given a date -- represent it in the Maya long count system. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_calendar> <https://maya.nm...

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Lost days
Given two dates in a particular format, calculate the difference between them.

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Leap Year
According to Gregorian Calender(which is in use now, in many countries),decide whether a given year is a leap year or not. Give...

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leap year
find the number of leap years within the given time interval

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Friday or not
I love Friday. Please tell me whether the day is Friday. Dateformat is 'yyyy-mm-dd' or 'dd-mmm-yyyy' or 'mm/dd/yyyy'. Exa...

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Datetime basics
Generate the datetime scalar representing the current date

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Find the day for a date
Today's day and date will be given to you. By utilising that you need to find the day of the old date. (Date will be in DD/MM/YY...

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Friday the 13th
According to superstition, lots of unpleasant stuff happens on Friday the 13th, so you might like to find the next occurence of ...

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Day counter function
Write a function called _day_counter_ that returns the number of Mondays that fell on the first day of the month in a given year...

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Count the days
Count the occurrence of a particular day (e.g. Monday) in a given year.

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How long until the weekend?
Write a function a that takes a date vector as an input and returns the number of hours until the weekend begins. The beginning...

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Days until next NewYear ball drop
Given a date string in the form 'yyyy-mm-dd' or 'yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss', calculate the number of *days* until the dropping of the ...

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Combinations without using nchoosek
You have to generate a matrix with all possible combinations of n elements *taken 2* at a time, *without using nchoosek(1:n,2)* ...

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Find the Pattern 3

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Find the Pattern 2

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Find the Pattern 1

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Rotate Matrix @180 degree
Rotate Matrix @180 degree Example A=[8 1 6; 3 5 7; 4 9 2], then answer would be [2 9 4;...

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Converts numbers into characters
Converts numbers into characters

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Find the max element of the array
Find the max element of the array

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Calculate the average value of the elements in the array
Calculate the average value of the elements in the array

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to the 2 all elements
to the 2 all elements

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the average value of the elements
Calculate the average value of the elements in the array

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Double all elements in the array
Duplicate all elements in the array

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calculate the length of matrix
input 1 array, calculate the length

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Draw a '0' in a one matrix!

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Approximation of Pi (vector inputs)
Pi (divided by 4) can be approximated by the following infinite series: pi/4 = 1 - 1/3 + 1/5 - 1/7 + ... For a given numbe...

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