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Loop with the parameter

For1. Given integers K and N (N > 0), output the number K N times.

For2. Given two integers A and B (A < B), output in ascending order all integers in the range A to B (including A and B). Also output the amount N of these integers.

For3. Given two integers A and B (A < B), output in descending order all integers in the range A to B (excluding A and B). Also output the amount N of these integers.

For4. Given the price of 1 kg of sweets (as a real number), output the cost of 1, 2, …, 10 kg of these sweets.

For5. Given the price of 1 kg of sweets (as a real number), output the cost of 0.1, 0.2, …, 1 kg of these sweets.

For6. Given the price of 1 kg of sweets (as a real number), output the cost of 1.2, 1.4, …, 2 kg of these sweets.

For7. Given two integers A and B (A < B), find the sum of all integers in the range A to B inclusive.

For8. Given two integers A and B (A < B), find the product of all integers in the range A to B inclusive.

For9. Given two integers A and B (A < B), find the sum of squares of all integers in the range A to B inclusive.

For10. Given an integer N (> 0), find the value of a following sum (as a real number):

1 + 1/2 + 1/3 + … + 1/N.

For11. Given an integer N (> 0), find the value of a following sum (as an integer):

N2 + (N + 1)2 + (N + 2)2 + … + (2·N)2.

For12. Given an integer N (> 0), find the value of a following product of N factors:

1.1 · 1.2 · 1.3 · … .

For13. Given an integer N (> 0), find the value of the following expression of N terms with alternating signs:

1.1 − 1.2 + 1.3 − … .

Do not use conditional statements.

For14. Given an integer N (> 0), compute N2 by means of the formula

N2 = 1 + 3 + 5 + … + (2·N − 1).

Output the value of the sum after addition of each term. As a result, squares of all integers in the range 1 to N will be output.

For15. Given a real number A and an integer N (> 0), find A raised to the power N (i. e., the product of N values of A):

AN = A·A· … ·A.

For16. A real number A and an integer N (> 0) are given. Using one loop-statement compute and output powers AK for all integer exponents K in the range 1 to N.

For17. A real number A and an integer N (> 0) are given. Using one loop-statement compute the sum

1 + A + A2 + A3 + … + AN.

For18. A real number A and an integer N (> 0) are given. Using one loop-statement compute the expression

1 − A + A2 − A3 + … + (−1)N·AN.

Do not use conditional statements.

For19. Given an integer N (> 0), find the value of a following product:

N! = 1·2·…·N

(N–factorial). To avoid the integer overflow, compute the product using a real variable and output the result as a real number.

For20. An integer N (> 0) is given. Using one loop-statement compute the sum

1! + 2! + 3! + … + N!,

where N! (N–factorial) is the product of all integers in the range 1 to N:    N! = 1·2·…·N. To avoid the integer overflow, compute the sum using real variables and output the result as a real number.

For21. An integer N (> 0) is given. Using one loop-statement compute the sum

1 + 1/(1!) + 1/(2!) + 1/(3!) + … + 1/(N!),

where N! (N–factorial) is the product of all integers in the range 1 to N:    N! = 1·2·…·N. The result is an approximate value of the constant e = exp(1).

For22. A real number X and an integer N (> 0) are given. Compute the expression

1 + X + X2/(2!) + … + XN/(N!)

(N! = 1·2·…·N). The result is an approximate value of exp(X).

For23. A real number X and an integer N (> 0) are given. Compute the expression

X − X3/(3!) + X5/(5!) − … + (−1)N·XN+1/((2·N+1)!)

(N! = 1·2·…·N). The result is an approximate value of sin(X).

For24. A real number X and an integer N (> 0) are given. Compute the expression

1 − X2/(2!) + X4/(4!) − … + (−1)N·XN/((2·N)!)

(N! = 1·2·…·N). The result is an approximate value of cos(X).

For25. A real number X (|X| < 1) and an integer N (> 0) are given. Compute the expression

X − X2/2 + X3/3 − … + (−1)N−1·XN/N.

The result is an approximate value of ln(1 + X).

For26. A real number X (|X| < 1) and an integer N (> 0) are given. Compute the expression

X − X3/3 + X5/5 − … + (−1)N·XN+1/(2·N+1).

The result is an approximate value of atan(X).

For27. A real number X (|X| < 1) and an integer N (> 0) are given. Compute the expression

X + 1·X3/(2·3) + 1·3·X5/(2·4·5) + … +
+ 1·3·…·(2·N−1)·XN+1/(2·4·…·(2·N)·(2·N+1)).

The result is an approximate value of asin(X).

For28. A real number X (|X| < 1) and an integer N (> 0) are given. Compute the expression

1 + X/2 − 1·X2/(2·4) + 1·3·X3/(2·4·6) − … +
+ (−1)N−1·1·3·…·(2·N−3)·XN/(2·4·…·(2·N)).

The result is an approximate value of the square root of 1 + X.

For29. An integer N (> 1) and two points AB (A < B) on the real axis are given. The segment [AB] is divided into N sub-segments of equal length. Output the length H of each sub-segment and then output the sequence of points

A,    A + H,    A + 2·H,    A + 3·H,    …,    B,

which forms a partition of the segment [AB].

For30. An integer N (> 1) and two points AB (A < B) on the real axis are given. The segment [AB] is divided into N sub-segments of equal length. Output the length H of each sub-segment and then output the values of a function F(X) = 1 − sin(X) at points dividing the segment [AB]:

F(A),    F(A + H),    F(A + 2·H),    …,    F(B).

For31. An integer N (> 0) is given. A sequence of real numbers AK is defined as:

A0 = 2,        AK = 2 + 1/AK−1,    K = 1, 2, … .

Output terms A1, A2, …, AN of the sequence.

For32. An integer N (> 0) is given. A sequence of real numbers AK is defined as:

A0 = 1,        AK = (AK−1 + 1)/K,    K = 1, 2, … .

Output terms A1, A2, …, AN of the sequence.

For33. An integer N (> 0) is given. An integer-valued sequence of the Fibonacci numbers FK is defined as:

F1 = 1,        F2 = 1,        FK = FK−2 + FK−1,    K = 3, 4, … .

Output terms F1, F2, …, FN of the sequence.

For34. An integer N (> 1) is given. A sequence of real numbers AK is defined as:

A1 = 1,        A2 = 2,        AK = (AK−2 + 2·AK−1)/3,    K = 3, 4, … .

Output terms A1, A2, …, AN of the sequence.

For35. An integer N (> 2) is given. A sequence of integers AK is defined as:

A1 = 1,        A2 = 2,        A3 = 3,        AK = AK−1 + AK−2 − 2·AK−3,    K = 4, 5, … .

Output terms A1, A2, …, AN of the sequence.

Loop with the parameter: nested loops

For36. Given positive integers N and K, find the sum

1K + 2K + … + NK.

To avoid the integer overflow, compute the sum using real variables and output the result as a real number.

For37. Given an integer N (> 0), find the sum

11 + 22 + … + NN.

To avoid the integer overflow, compute the sum using real variables and output the result as a real number.

For38. Given an integer N (> 0), find the sum

1N + 2N−1 + … + N1.

To avoid the integer overflow, compute the sum using real variables and output the result as a real number.

For39. Positive integers A and B (A < B) are given. Output all integers in the range A to B, with an integer of a value K being output K times (for example, the number 3 must be output 3 times).

For40. Integers A and B (A < B) are given. Output all integers in the range A to B, with the number A being output once, the number A + 1 being output twice, and so on.


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