The solution is a bit flawed as it works for the limited test cases in this problem.
A classic approach was to take intersection of factors of a and b, and take their product. This works perfectly on paper. However, the inbuilt intersect() function gives unique values discarding the repeated values, thus I was not able to use it.
First non-zero element in each column
Set the array elements whose value is 13 to 0
Sum the elements in either diagonal of a square matrix
05 - Vector Equations 2
Product of elements in row
3rd side of a Triangle
Most Frequent Word - 01
Last non-zero digit
Abelian Sandpile - 02
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