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Programs to try using 1D-Array



1.Read an array and rotate elements right( read n-number of times to rotate). 
2.Find the average of list of numbers.
3.Find the maximum and minimum values from an array of  integers.
4.Swap the k th and k+1 th element in an array. Read k.
5.Find the binary equivalent of a number using array.
6.Find similar elements in an array and compute the number of times they occur.
7. Separate odd and even integers in separate arrays from a given array. 
8.Find the intersection of two set of numbers.
9.Rearrage n numbers in an array in reverse order.(selection sort)
10.Sort the numbers stored in array in ascending order.(bubble sort)
11.Arrange numbers in an array in such a way that the array will have odd numbers followed by the even numbers.
12.Find the frequency of digits in a set of numbers.
13.Remove duplicate elements from an array.
14.Merge two sorted arrays into another array in sorted order.
15.Find the standard deviation of set of integer data.
16.Read list of numbers and print prime numbers from the list.
17.List of internal marks of a subject is stored in an array ( marks out of 50).Find
a.number of passed students ( need 50 percentage or more)
b.number of failed students
c.number of students having 60 percentage or more
d.maximum , minimum and average mark in the subject.
( do it as a menu driven program..)
18.Search a key element ina given array ( linear search)
19.Search a key element in the give sorted array ( binary search)
20.Generate Fibonacci numbers up to n and store it in an array.Read and print prime numbers from it.

21.Given two vectors V1 and V2. Find their dot product.

22.Given two vectors V1,V2 find V1-2V2

23.Find the length of a given vector.

24.Check whether two vectors are orthogonal.

25.Find the coordinates of vector AB, if A(1; 4; 5), B(3; 1; 1).

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