Update 14.11.2012

Posted: November 14, 2012 in Updates

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Question:

Write a program in JAVA to find the Prime factors of a number.

Prime factors of a number are those factors which are prime in nature and by which the number itself is completely divisible (1 will not be taken as prime number).

Few such numbers are:
Prime Factors of 24 are 2, 2, 2, 3
Prime Factors of 6 are 2, 3

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This week we have a few questions which deals with converting from one type of loop to another type, for the ICSE as well as ISC students preparing for their 2013 Computer Applications and Computer Science Examinations respectively.

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You need to answer the given questions, and reply it as comments by filling the “Leave a Reply” section below this post.

The correct answers will be posted next week.

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Download the complete ISC 2012 Computer Science Practical Question Paper from here: [ISC 2012] Computer Science Practical Question Paper

Question 1

A prime palindrome integer is a positive integer (without leading zeros) which is prime as well as a palindrome. Given two positive integers m and n, where m < n, write a program to determine how many prime-palindrome integers are there in the range between m and n (both inclusive) and output them.

The input contains two positive integers m and n where m < 3000 and n < 3000. Display the number of prime-palindrome integers in the specified range along with their values in the format specified below:

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This is the Second Method of Converting a Decimal Number entered by the user into its Roman Equivalent. For Method 1, kindly Click Here: Decimal to Roman Conversion – Method 1

[Note: The number entered should be within the Range 1-3999]

For Brief Note on Roman Number System, kindly Read Method 1

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This week we have a few questions  which deals with finding the output of certain given programming codes for the ICSE students preparing for their 2013 Computer Applications Examination.

[To know more about these weekly practice questions, Click Here]

You need to answer the given questions, and reply it as comments by filling the “Leave a Reply” section below this post.

The correct answers will be posted next week.

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This week we have a few short questions on the topic of Inheritance for the ISC students preparing for their 2013 Computer Science Examination.

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You need to answer the given questions, and reply it as comments by filling the “Leave a Reply” section below this post.

The correct answers will be posted next week.

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This is the First Method of Converting a Decimal Number entered by the user into its Roman Equivalent. For Method 2, kindly Click Here: Decimal to Roman Conversion – Method 2

[Note: The number entered should be within the Range 1-3999]

Question:

Write a program in Java to find the Roman equivalent of any Decimal number entered by the user. [The number entered should be within the Range 1-3999]

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