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Solution 454061

Submitted on 12 Jun 2014 by Clemens Giegerich

Correct

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Test Suite

Test
Code Input and Output
1
Pass
 
%%
x = [1 3 2];
n=5;
y_correct = [1     4     9    16    25];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
2
Pass
 
%%
x = [1 4 6];
n=6;
y_correct = [1     5    15    31    53    81];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
3
Pass
 
%%
x = [10 -4 4];
n=7;
y_correct = [10 6 6 10 18 30 46];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
4
Pass
 
%%
x = [100 10 -5];
n=5;
y_correct = [100 110 115 115 110];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
5
Pass
 
%%
x = [0 -10 4 -2 6];
n=10;
y_correct = [ 0   -10   -16   -20   -18     0    50   154   340   642];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
6
Pass
 
%%
x = [3 0];
n=4;
y_correct = [3 3 3 3 ];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
7
Pass
 
%%
x = [6 1];
n=4;
y_correct = [6 7 8 9];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
8
Pass
 
%%
x = [-10 1 -5 2];
n=10;
y_correct = [-10    -9   -13   -20   -28   -35   -39   -38   -30   -13];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
9
Pass
 
%%
x = [ 1     3    -1    -2     2     1];
n=10;
y_correct = [ 1     4     6     5     1    -3     0    22    81   202];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))

                    
10
Pass
 
%%
x = [0 0 0];
n=5;
y_correct = [0 0 0 0 0];
assert(isequal(commondiff2seq(x,n),y_correct))