Cody

# Problem 2433. Consecutive Equation Times (of the day)

Solution 550361

Submitted on 28 Dec 2014 by rifat
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
%% times = {'1:00' '1:59'}; y_correct = ['1:00' 24]; [t_s,num] = equation_times_run(times); assert(isequal([t_s,num],y_correct))

2   Pass
%% times = {'2:07' '2:29'}; y_correct = ['2:11' 3]; [t_s,num] = equation_times_run(times); assert(isequal([t_s,num],y_correct))

3   Pass
%% times = {'3:03' '4:04'}; y_correct = ['3:11' 4]; [t_s,num] = equation_times_run(times); assert(isequal([t_s,num],y_correct))

4   Pass
%% times = {'5:55' '7:11'}; y_correct = ['6:15' 3]; [t_s,num] = equation_times_run(times); assert(isequal([t_s,num],y_correct))

5   Pass
%% times = {'7:17' '9:00'}; y_correct = ['8:17' 3]; [t_s,num] = equation_times_run(times); assert(isequal([t_s,num],y_correct))

6   Pass
%% times = {'5:55' '9:00'}; y_correct = ['6:15' 3]; [t_s,num] = equation_times_run(times); assert(isequal([t_s,num],y_correct))

7   Pass
%% times = {'1:00' '9:59'}; y_correct = ['1:00' 24]; [t_s,num] = equation_times_run(times); assert(isequal([t_s,num],y_correct))