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Solution 202673

Submitted on 11 Feb 2013

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Test Suite

Test
Code Input and Output
1
Pass
 
%%
a = 3;
d = 0;
y_correct = 1.000;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.01)
ans =
     1
2
Pass
 
%%
a = 1;
d = 5;
y_correct = 0.000;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.01)
ans =
     0
3
Fail
 
%%
a = 5;
d = 3;
y_correct = 0.642;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: Assertion failed.
4
Fail
 
%%
a = 4;
d = 6;
y_correct = 0.134;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: The condition input argument must be a scalar logical.
5
Fail
 
%%
a = 10;
d = 10;
y_correct = 0.480;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: Assertion failed.
6
Fail
 
%%
a = 7;
d = 8;
y_correct = 0.329;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: The condition input argument must be a scalar logical.
7
Fail
 
%%
a = 8;
d = 7;
y_correct = 0.5355;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: Assertion failed.
8
Fail
 
%%
a = 20;
d = 10;
y_correct = 0.965;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: The condition input argument must be a scalar logical.
9
Fail
 
%%
a = 4;
d = 2;
y_correct = 0.656;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: The condition input argument must be a scalar logical.
10
Fail
 
%%
a = 6;
d = 4;
y_correct = 0.638;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: Assertion failed.
11
Fail
 
%%
a = 2;
d = 1;
y_correct = 0.417;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: Assertion failed.
12
Fail
 
%%
a = 2;
d = 2;
y_correct = 0.104;
assert(abs(risk_prob(a, d) - y_correct) <= 0.02)
Error: Assertion failed.