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# Problem 1215. Diophantine Equations (Inspired by Project Euler, problem 66)

Solution 1938665

Submitted on 16 Sep 2019
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
x = 2; y_correct = 3; assert(isequal(Diophantine(x),y_correct))

Error in solution: Line: 31 Column: 1 This statement is not inside any function. (It follows the END that terminates the definition of the function "Diophantine".)

2   Fail
x = 151; y_correct = 1728148040; assert(isequal(Diophantine(x),y_correct))

Error in solution: Line: 31 Column: 1 This statement is not inside any function. (It follows the END that terminates the definition of the function "Diophantine".)

3   Fail
x = 61; y_correct = 1766319049; assert(isequal(Diophantine(x),y_correct))

Error in solution: Line: 31 Column: 1 This statement is not inside any function. (It follows the END that terminates the definition of the function "Diophantine".)

4   Fail
x = 66; y_correct = 65; assert(isequal(Diophantine(x),y_correct))

Error in solution: Line: 31 Column: 1 This statement is not inside any function. (It follows the END that terminates the definition of the function "Diophantine".)

5   Fail
x = 12000; y_correct = 13007560326001; assert(isequal(Diophantine(x),y_correct))

Error in solution: Line: 31 Column: 1 This statement is not inside any function. (It follows the END that terminates the definition of the function "Diophantine".)

6   Fail
x = 2345; y_correct = 15129001; assert(isequal(Diophantine(x),y_correct))

Error in solution: Line: 31 Column: 1 This statement is not inside any function. (It follows the END that terminates the definition of the function "Diophantine".)

7   Fail
j=[10:10:90 110:10:200]; v=arrayfun(@(x) Diophantine(j(x)),1:length(j)); y_correct=[19 9 11 19 99 31 251 9 19 21 11 6499 71 49 721 339 161 52021 99]; assert(all(isequal(v,y_correct)))

Error in solution: Line: 31 Column: 1 This statement is not inside any function. (It follows the END that terminates the definition of the function "Diophantine".)