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Threads: Enter a positive integer k, prints a list of the first k primes. Input: An integer k. Output: A line consists of the first k primes. The numbers separated by spaces. For example: input: 2 output: 2 3

Threads: Enter an integer k, Calculate and print out the average of the prime numbers less than or equal to k. Input: An integer k. Output: A unique number is the average of the prime numbers less than or equal to k. Results rounded to

Threads: Enter an integer k, print out a list of prime numbers less than k. Input: An integer k. Output: A line of smaller prime numbers k, each number separated by spaces. Without any prime number less than k, then

Threads: For an array of integers, each number separated by a space. Ending sequence is the number 0. Find the largest number, the smallest in the range and number of numbers in sequence (not count 0 Last row). Input: A sequence of numbers separated by spaces. Last number

Threads: Input 2 integer. Find the greatest common divisor (UCLN) and the least common multiple (BCNN) of them. Input: A line of 2 positive integers separated by spaces. Output: A line of 2 numbers separated by spaces that GCD, BCNN of 2 some have

Threads: Input 1 number, analysis of which achievement of the prime factors. Input: A positive integer. Output: Integrated chain of alternating prime factors by commas *. Factors Descending. For example: input: 6 output: 2*3

Threads: Enter an integer n. The sum of n and its reverse number. Input: Some n. Output: The total to be calculated. For example: input: 123 output: 444

Threads: Enter an integer n. Find the biggest digit digits that n. Input: Some n. Output: Some of the largest digit in n. For example: input: 123 output: 3

Threads: Enter an integer n (0 < n <= 10 billion). Print out the reverse of the n. Input: Some n. Output: Some are the reverse of n. For example: input: 123 output: 321

Threads: Write test program 1 there is the perfect number does not? Perfect number is a positive integer equal the sum of the positive divisors 2 times it. example No. 6 the Convention 1, 2, 3, 6 and total 1 + 2 + 3 + 6 = 12 (equal 2 time

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