I solved this question with an if condition and the size of my solution was 39. I found the size of the leading solution to be 14. This is the leading solution: function ans = in_prod(x,y)
"no";
try
x*y;
end
How is this even correct? I tried to paste the same solution instead of mine and the assertion failed. z is not mentioned anywhere in this code. Can someone enlighten me?
If the output x*y is not assigned to any variable, MATLAB assigns it to the variable ans by default. In this solution, z has been replaced with ans in the function definition to return the unassigned output.
I am confused... this ought to work:
function z = in_prod(x,y)
if size(x,2) == size(y,1)
z = x * y
else
z = "The inner dimensions are " + size(x) + " and " + size(y) + ". Matrix multiplication is not possible"
end
This is dot product, not inner product, as the title suggests. They are not exactly the same.
function z = in_prod(x,y)
if length(x(1,:))==length(y(:,1))
z=x*y;
else
z="Have you checked the inner dimensions?"
end
end
function z = in_prod(x,y)
if size(x,2)==size(y,1)
z=x*y
else
z = "The inner dimensions are " + size(x,2) + " and " + size(y,1) + ". Matrix multiplication is not possible";
end
end
if size(x,2)==size(y,1)
z=x*y
else
z = "The inner dimensions are 3 and 2. Matrix multiplication is not possible"
end
Please, this code is working on Matlab but it did not work here , I think no problem with it
if size(x,2)==size(y,1)
z=x*y;
else
z = ['The inner dimensions are ', num2str(size(x,2)) ,' and ' ,num2str(size(y,1)), ' Matrix multiplication is not possible'];
end
display(z)
Please, this code is working on Matlab command widows, but in this problems it appears not correct, what is the problem please?
大佬强
Very interesting and logical solution to the problem.