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# Problem 3056. Chess probability

Solution 593675

Submitted on 9 Mar 2015 by Mehmet OZC
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
%% x = 1800; y = 1800; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.5))

y = 0.5000

2   Pass
%% x = 1900; y = 1800; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.64))

y = 0.6400

3   Pass
%% x = 1900; y = 2000; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.36))

y = 0.3600

4   Pass
%% x = 1900; y = 2100; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.24))

y = 0.2400

5   Pass
%% My probability against Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (best french player) x = 1800; y = 2775; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.004))

y = 0.0040

6   Pass
%% My probability against Magnus Carlsen (World Chess Champion) x = 1800; y = 2865; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.002))

y = 0.0020

7   Pass
%% Magnus against Maxime x = 2865; y = 2775; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.627))

y = 0.6270

8   Pass
%% Magnus Carlsen against Garry Kasparov (1999) x = 2865; y = 2851; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.52))

y = 0.5200

9   Pass
%% Magnus Carlsen against Fabiano Caruana x = 2865; y = 2844; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.53))

y = 0.5300

10   Pass
%% Bobby Fisher (1972) against Magnus Carlsen x = 2785; y = 2865; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.387))

y = 0.3870

11   Pass
%% Bobby Fisher (1972) against me x = 2785; y = 1800; assert(isequal(expected_score(x,y),0.997))

y = 0.9970

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