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Solution 2001457

Submitted on 4 Nov 2019
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Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
x = 0; y_correct = 0; assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

x = 0

Undefined function 'float' for input arguments of type 'double'. Error in ones_ratio (line 3) r=float(x/length(n)) Error in Test1 (line 3) assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

2   Fail
x = 1; y_correct = 1; assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

x = 1

Undefined function 'float' for input arguments of type 'double'. Error in ones_ratio (line 3) r=float(x/length(n)) Error in Test2 (line 3) assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

3   Fail
x = 2; y_correct = 0.5; assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

x = 0

Undefined function 'float' for input arguments of type 'double'. Error in ones_ratio (line 3) r=float(x/length(n)) Error in Test3 (line 3) assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

4   Fail
x = 7; y_correct = 1; assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

x = 0

Undefined function 'float' for input arguments of type 'double'. Error in ones_ratio (line 3) r=float(x/length(n)) Error in Test4 (line 3) assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

5   Fail
x = 128; y_correct = 0.125; assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

x = 0

Undefined function 'float' for input arguments of type 'double'. Error in ones_ratio (line 3) r=float(x/length(n)) Error in Test5 (line 3) assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

6   Fail
x = 1265476542; y_correct = 19/31; assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

x = 0

Undefined function 'float' for input arguments of type 'double'. Error in ones_ratio (line 3) r=float(x/length(n)) Error in Test6 (line 3) assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

7   Fail
x = 98917653181; y_correct = 23/37; assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))

x = 0

Undefined function 'float' for input arguments of type 'double'. Error in ones_ratio (line 3) r=float(x/length(n)) Error in Test7 (line 3) assert(isequal(ones_ratio(x),y_correct))