# Write program add integers jobs

We have created Content for Math Chapters - Grade 8. A sample chapter is attached titled "Ch 1 - **Integers**". There are 15 such chapters in Grade 8.
We need to design each chapter according the sample chapter "Banking ILLUS" attached. The open file (indesign) as well as the fonts are attached with this email.
Need to start with the first chapter

...stars. Below the information there should be a DELETE button to remove this item from localStorage. There needs to be a back button in the top bar.
3. The third screen is an **add** new review screen. This will have a button to save, and a button to take a picture. In the nav bar at the top there needs to be a cancel/close button. The demo version below

**write** me a code which inputs three numbers from the user, and outputs the message "Sorted." if the entered numbers are in ascending order, or outputs the message "Not sorted" otherwise.
**write** me a code that swaps the contents of two pointer variables to **integers**. That is, suppose you have two integer variables, number1 and number2; and two pointers

...swapping of processes? Why?
What is the main difference between Dynamic Loading and Dynamic Linking in terms of the object code image produced by a compiler after a source **program** written in a highlevel language is compiled? In other words, what is exactly meant by the phrase "The difference between dynamic linking and dynamic loading is such that, in

...has 5 parts. Please separate each response per part.
Part 1.
**Write** an abstract class called Shape that has only one function called area (returning type double) and a string member variable called color which is public only for classes that inherits Shape.
Part 2.
**Write** two concrete classes called Rectangle and Circle which both inherit

**Write** a Marie **program** that will input two decimal **integers**, A and B, where A is not greater than 94 and B is not greater than A. Only one ‘Input’ statement allowed for each variable! Note that it is OK for A to equal B! Then **ADD** 4 to B giving S. If S is EVEN, do not change it. If S is ODD, **add** 1 to make it an even integer.
Now subtract S from

**Write** a multithreaded car park simulator **program** in C as follows:
1. Five drive-in threads (simulating in-valets) should randomly move cars into the car park
2. Two drive-out threads (simulating out-valets) should randomly take cars out of the car park
3. A monitor thread should periodically print out a map of the car park showing the parking slots

...you could give me that file also. Thank you very much
1.) **Write** a function il2rl of type int list -> real list that takes a list of **integers** and returns a list of the same numbers converted of type real. For example, if you evaluate il2rl [1,2,3] you should get [1.0,2.0,3.0].
2.) **write** a function ordlist of type char list -> int list that takes a

...Raspberry Pi Display and to send and receive few kB of data to the instrument
2. Create a schema for database and store the instrument data in the cloud (datatypes: alphanumeric, **Integers**, Images, etc.)
3. Create a web application and a dashboard to analyze the instrument data, registering new customers, Logging failures, registering and monitoring the status

Based...on the given **program**, design and implement a multithreaded solution
under Linux that works as follows.
A list of **integers** are divided into two smaller lists.
The master thread creates a worker thread to sort each sublist.
The two sorted sublists are then merged into a single sorted list by their master thread.
the given **program** attached

...me.
1. **Write** a C **program** that accepts an integer between 1 to 20 (both inclusive) as input from the user and computes the sum of all numbers that are divisible by the input number in the range 1 to 100 (both inclusive). Also, print all numbers that are divisible by the input number. Please comment your code well.
2. **Write** a **program** in C that accepts

...developed for Linux using C.
**Write** a multithreaded **program** in C under Linux using the pthread user-thread API to calculate the matrix
multiplication as described above. Your **program** should read one command-line parameter which is the
name of a file that contains the following data:
1. In the first line: three **integers** M, K and N, indicating the dimensions

linear (non-circular), singly linked list without dummy nodes. It contains **integers** in non-decreasing sorted order and supports the usual find, insert and delete operations, plus two new operations called undo and redo. A list is considered to be the most recent version after we apply an edit ( insert or delete) operation. The undo operation allows

Need a n array of length n containing positive and negative **integers** in random. Language in C++ code and rearranges the **integers** so that the negative **integers** appear before the positive integer. Two codes:
a. O(n2)
b. O(n)

...corresponds to an arithmetic expression involving exactly 2 **integers**. The
Easy level corresponds to an arithmetic expression with maximum 3 terms, i.e. it can
contain 2 or 3 **integers**. The Medium level corresponds to an arithmetic expression with
maximum 4 terms, i.e. it can contain 2, 3, or 4 **integers**. The Guru level corresponds to an
arithmetic expression

I need a parser & evaluator that recognizes and evaluates simple ABC pr...recognizes and evaluates simple ABC programs.
ABC : several lines of code, each of which defines a single function that computes non-negative **integers** ( basically a calculator for non-negative **integers** ) e.g. : DEF ADDFOUR x { x+4 };
More details can be provided if needed.

the problem of computing the GCD of a sequence of **integers**
stored in a linked list by providing the functionality of
adding and removing numbers (nodes) to/from that list.
to store a number of **integers** (given), and calculating the GCD of those numbers. Providing the
following: 1 New numbers can be added at a specic location in the list.
2- Numbers

...corresponds to an arithmetic expression involving exactly 2 **integers**. The Easy level corresponds to an arithmetic expression with maximum 3 terms, i.e. it can contain 2 or 3 **integers**. The Medium level corresponds to an arithmetic expression with maximum 4 terms, i.e. it can contain 2, 3, or 4 **integers**. The Guru level corresponds to an arithmetic expression