Try to use "unique(floor(..." in the test cases. Isn't it Alfonso?? ;-)
This problem is quite well constructed and described. However, per the WP article linked to, it is important to specify two additional requirements: 〔1〕 Denominators must be positive. This is not explicitly mentioned in the Problem Statement [although perhaps it's implied], and moreover it's not checked in the Test Suite. That means 3/4 = 1/(1) + 1/(-4) would be erroneously accepted. 〔2〕 Each of the denominators must be different/unique. That is enforced in the Test Suite, but there's no mention of it in the Problem Statement. —DIV
Can't submit a solution to this problem (temporary unavailability of MATLAB Service).
Sorry this is not the solution. Output is not an integer
Time to update the test suite again...
I'm always happy to have a learning opportunity
While this meets the letter of the problem requirements, it clearly violates the spirit. I recommend using "unique(denom = egyptian_fraction(Vmin,Vmax));" to prevent this.
Please resubmit your solution; previous test suite was buggy.
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