Tell me three real numbers that are equal to their cubes?
Might be a good idea to change the test suite to "assert(isequal(cube3(),cube3().^3))" so that the answer isn't revealed by looking at the test suite.
Michael C. had a good point, but you also need "assert(numel(unique(cube3()))==3)"
Yo may need to check for length 3
Add a test to assert that length == 3.
It would be a good idea to check that a length 3 vector is returned.
Number of toolboxes?
Number of Horns on a unicorn!
Is it a number?
07 - Common functions and indexing 2
CONVERT TAN TO SIN
kmph to mps
give-nth-decimal-place-of-pi up to 100 digits
Find the logic
Is it an Armstrong number?
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