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# Problem 313. Pythagorean perfect squares: find the square of the hypotenuse and the length of the other side

Solution 1032173

Submitted on 26 Oct 2016
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
seed=3;n=6; [Z,y] = findPerfectZ(seed,n); Z_correct = 25; y_correct = 4; assert(isequal(Z,Z_correct)); assert(isequal(y,y_correct));

Z = 25 y = 4

2   Pass
seed=5;n=15; [Z,y] = findPerfectZ(seed,n); Z_correct = 169; y_correct = 12; assert(isequal(Z,Z_correct)); assert(isequal(y,y_correct));

Z = 169 y = 12

3   Pass
seed=4;n=6; [Z,y] = findPerfectZ(seed,n); Z_correct = 25; y_correct = 3; assert(isequal(Z,Z_correct)); assert(isequal(y,y_correct));

Z = 25 y = 3

4   Fail
seed=12;n=15; [Z,y] = findPerfectZ(seed,n); Z_correct = 169; y_correct = 5; assert(isequal(Z,Z_correct)); assert(isequal(y,y_correct));

Z = 225 y = 9

Assertion failed.

5   Pass
seed=6;n=9; [Z,y] = findPerfectZ(seed,n); Z_correct = 100; y_correct = 8; assert(isequal(Z,Z_correct)); assert(isequal(y,y_correct));

Z = 100 y = 8

6   Pass
seed=8;n=9; [Z,y] = findPerfectZ(seed,n); Z_correct = 100; y_correct = 6; assert(isequal(Z,Z_correct)); assert(isequal(y,y_correct));

Z = 100 y = 6

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