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Write a Scheme function that takes a simple list of numbers as a parameter and returns a list with the largest and smallest numbers in the input list.

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**1). ANSWER :**

**GIVENTHAT :**

**To write a Scheme function that takes a simple list of
numbers as a parameter and returns a list with the largest and
smallest numbers in the input list.**

**code:**

(define (max list)(cond((null? list) '())((null? (cdr list)) (car list))((> (car list) (max (cdr list))) (car list))(else (max (cdr list)))))

(define (min list)(cond((null? list) '())((null? (cdr list)) (car list))((< (car list) (min (cdr list))) (car list))(else (min (cdr list)))))

(define (minmax list) (cons (min list) (cons (max list) '())))

(display (minmax '(6 1 9 3 10 -6 2)))

**Output :**

(-6 10)

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