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Be able to write Python programming of a factorial of an integer (given input parameters, output characteristics and expected output behavior, do not use internal python functions for factorials), recall for example that: 5! = 5 ∗ 4 ∗ 3 ∗ 2 ∗ 1 = 120 and to continue asking unless user says to stop

**NOT USING FACTORIAL FUNCTION**

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(Python Programming)
Write a program that prompts a user for a positive integer and
then uses a loop to calculate and display the sum of specific
fractions as follows:
Let's say the user enters 5, then your program will compute: 1/5
+ 2/4 + 3/3 + 4/2 + 5/1 which is 8.7.

Write a MATLAB program to determine the factorial value of an
input integer between 1 and 30. You may NOT use the built-in
factorial function. You must implement it using a for loop. Display
the result back to the user with 2 decimal places (yes, 2 decimal
places). The result should follow the following format:
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PYTHON: Write a function called keepShouting. This function does
not need any input parameters. The function should simply repeat
whatever the user enters but in all capitals!
The function should ask the user to enter a phrase. The phrase then
should be capitalized and printed to the screen.
If the user just hits return (which will produce the empty string)
then the program should stop.
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"""
The function call should...

Function Example: Write a Python function that receives two integer
arguments and writes out their sum and their product. Assume no
global variables.
def writer(n1, n2):
sum = n1 + n2
product = n1*n2
print("For the numbers", n1, "and", n2)
print("the sum is", sum)
print("and the product is", product)
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In C programming language write a function that takes an integer
n as input and prints the following pattern on the screen:
1 (n times)
2 (n-1 times)
.n (1 time)
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1 1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2
3 3 3
4 4
5

python
If a number num1 divides another number num2
evenly then num1 is a divisor of num2. For
example, 2 is a divisor of 2, 4, 6, 8, but 2 is not a divisor of 1,
3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13.
Write a function named count_divisors(m,n) that works as
follows.
Input: the function takes two integer arguments m and n
Process: the function asks the user to enter numbers (positive
or negative), and counts the total number of inputs...

Python Programming
Instructions
Octal numbers have a base of eight and the digits 0–7. Write the
scripts octalToDecimal.py and decimalToOctal.py,
which convert numbers between the octal and decimal representations
of integers.
These scripts use algorithms that are similar to those of the
binaryToDecimal and decimalToBinary scripts
developed in the Section: Strings and Number Systems.
An example of octalToDecimal.py input and output is
shown below:
Enter a string of octal digits: 234
The integer value is 156
An example of decimalToOctal.py...

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an integer and display the special pattern accordingly.
REQUIREMENTS
The user input is always correct (input verification is not
required).
Your code must use loop statements (for, while or
do-while).
Your program should use only the following 3
output statements, one of EACH of the
followings:
System.out.print("-"); // print #
System.out.print("+"); // print +
System.out.println(); // print a newline
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text in bold...

For any integer n > 0, n!(n factorial) is defined as the
product
n * n - 1 * n − 2 … * 2 * 1.
And 0! is defined to be 1
Create function that takes n as input and computes then returns
the accurate value for:
n!= n * n - 1 * n − 2 … * 2 * 1
prompt the user to enter an integer n, call functions to compute
the accurate value for...

Please write the code
in Python.
Write a
program/function in any Object-Oriented programming language that
will implement Queue Abstract Data Type with the following
functions/methods. Any build-in/pre-defined Queue
function/library (e.g., java.util.Queue in Java) is
NOT allowed to use in your code.
push(Element): insert the
input Element (e.g., String or Integer in Java) to the end
of the queue.
pop(): remove
the head element of the queue and print the head element on
screen.
count(): return the total number of
elements in the queue...

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