a programmer had too much coffee and his boss needs cos(alpha+beta) correctly, especially when alpha or beta are close to pi/2 and the coffee is close to ninety degrees. A hint: sin() may be appropriate for some input, without committing any sin!!
still trying to figure it out... did you use some combination of evalin('caller','cleanCellCode',...); evalin('caller','pass',...); in your evaluation suite? otherwise, care to provide a hint?
a hint: sin() may be appropriate for some input!!
guessed about overloading, but I am curious, how do you get those bits of code not showing up on your test suite? (also, unrelated, it is a strange world where cos(pi/4+pi/4)=1/sqrt(2)...)
or perhaps there is just some issue with the cody machinery today, some of the 'valid' solutions seem rather 'invalid', and the size computation just plain strange...
Actually, I like the problem, but don't understand this particular solution.
Factorize THIS, buddy
All your base are belong to us
Project Euler: Problem 10, Sum of Primes
letter yes yes & letter no no
Solving a quadratic equation
count any radix?
Multiply to the limit?
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