In the 5th test case there is number n=10000675820025; which is very large number MATLAB is not accepting to get number from 1 to 10000675820025;
that means u need to find some alternate way to solve
You are right in the sense that one needs to find an alternate way
However, I guess MATHWORKS need to work on this as there is a low cost solution available to the problem rendered useless with max array size
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