The indices of the input->output do not match (i.e. y(end) corresponds to x(1)). Was this done on purpose?
I really don't think the "y_correct" answer in test suite is correct.
the test suite answer is wrong
Either the test suite is Incorrect or OP has not explained the problem properly.
Anyway, it needs to be changed.
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