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Solution 51054

Submitted on 25 Feb 2012 by Roger Stafford

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Test Suite

Test
Code Input and Output
1
Pass
 
%%
[V1,V2] = balldrop_puzz(1.5,2.5,2,2,3.75,7);
assert(all(abs(V1-[-4.62546938906081,0])<1000*eps))
assert(all(abs(V2-[2.77528163343649,-9.45403544713895])<1000*eps))

                    
2
Pass
 
%%
[V1,V2] = balldrop_puzz(1.5,1.75,2,3.3,2.75,5)
assert(all(abs(V1-[-2.38857735374413,0])<1000*eps))
assert(all(abs(V2-[2.04735201749497 0.340314640435397])<1000*eps))
V1 =
  -2.388577353744127                   0
V2 =
   2.047352017494966   0.340314640435397
3
Pass
 
%%
[V1,V2] = balldrop_puzz(1.5,1.5,2,2,2.75,3)
assert(all(abs(V1-[-0.926482490085206,0])<1000*eps))
assert(all(abs(V2-[0.926482490085206,-0.387821095199846])<1000*eps))
V1 =
  -0.926482490085206                   0
V2 =
   0.926482490085206  -0.387821095199846
4
Pass
 
%%
[V1,V2] = balldrop_puzz(3,1,4,2,2.75,7)
assert(all(abs(V1-[-1.45087063290465,0])<1000*eps))
assert(all(abs(V2-[4.35261189871394,2.7238062965565])<1000*eps))
V1 =
  -1.450870632904647                   0
V2 =
   4.352611898713942   2.723806296556504
5
Pass
 
%%
[V1,V2] = balldrop_puzz(1,7,2,1,1,4)
assert(all(abs(V1-[-11.8594824370299,0])<1000*eps))
assert(all(abs(V2-[1.69421177671855,0])<1000*eps))
V1 =
 -11.859482437029866                   0
V2 =
   1.694211776718552                   0