• ###### Sergeniercommented on "Find the Slope" kata

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• ###### tonserrobocreated an issue for "Find the Slope" kata

I could be wrong, but it seems that the random test outputs expect incorrect answers. For example, in cases where y1=y2 the slope should = 0 yet, the test expects -1? :/

• ###### VDSurChauffecreated an issue for "Find the Slope" kata

Assume the answer is an integer

Yet most random tests result in a decimal slope and expect an integer.

• ###### miggycodercommented on "Pythagorean Triple" kata

The arrays come in a random order, so your equation inputs may not be how you would expect.

By your code, assuming that a, b, c are in order to the array. It would appear like this:

``````Array: 5, 4, 3
5^2 + 4^2 == 3^2 # this is not true, so it would return False
``````

Which would return False but expects True as it can be re-arranged into a different order which makes the equation true for a^2 + b^2 = c^2

• ###### CommanderCuthcommented on "Find the Slope" kata

This does not seem to be made correctly

• ###### gary78912commented on "Find the Slope" kata

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• ###### ejini战神resolved a question on "Find the Slope" kata

OP solved it, closing

Approved

• ###### saudiGuycreated a suggestion for "Find the Slope" kata

python new test framework + random tests are required. updated in this fork

• ###### oussama khomssicommented on "Pythagorean Triple" kata

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• ###### Chrono79commented on "Pythagorean Triple" kata

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• ###### rowcasedresolved an issue on "Pythagorean Triple" kata

it returns `1` or `0`

and you have passed the kata

• ###### dahgul333created an issue for "Pythagorean Triple" kata

not catching true or false , need convert to 1 and 0 to pass (java)

• ###### ejini战神resolved a question on "Pythagorean Triple" kata

I've tested with `Math.pow` solutions and it works fine, closing

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