Might want to adjust your assertions there...the _order_ of the solutions should not matter of course, and in case there is a single root, an output of either 1 or 2 equal numbers should be permissible
It's a pity that isequal returns false if the difference between the two arguments is only eps (2e-15).
Why should the solution be giben in a certain way?? in this case the solution [-1 3] must be equal to [3 -1] ... :-/
I will edit the problem. And give more explanations.
Bad test suit.
Not a great solution, but not a great test suite either.
wow, my use of transpose instead of ctranspose destroyed me this time...
Remove the polynomials that have positive real elements of their roots.
Return elements unique to either input
Detect a number and replace with two NaN's
Is it a number?
Area of a triangle
Divisors of an integer
Doubling elements in a vector
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