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1. List all factors of number (including 1 and the number, list each factor only once even if it goes in multiple times)

2. Add up all the factors

3. If the sum is equal to twice the original number, then the original number is perfect, if not, it is not perfect.

Q: Draw algorithm and flowchart to check a number is perfct or not?

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There is a routing number that helps banks process checks. When you cash a check anywhere in the US, the routing number indicates the actual bank issuing the check. There is also a special copy of the check number. Look to see the check number at the top right. You will see that number somewhere along the bottom of the check.

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Algorithm Step1: Read A, B, C Step2: If A > B is True, then check whether A > C, if yes then A is greatest otherwise C is greatest Step3: If A > B is False, then check whether B > C, if yes then B is greatest otherwise C is greatest Give the Flowchart Answer

You can write out this algorithm. This will then be programmed into the device to make determining prime numbers easier.

I'll write it as pseudocode; you can easily convert it to a flowchart. If your number is more than 0 (Your number is positive) else if your number is less than 0 (your number is negative) else (your number is equal to zero)

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Check digits are determined (or derived) by a set algorithm using the digits of the account number.

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first we write start and then read number and after that check the number is totaly divide by 2 or not if number is totally divide by 2 then number is even else number is odd.

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MD5 isn't a encryption algorithm, it's a hashing algorithm. Encryption will 'hide' the meaning of the encrypted text, while MD5 will 'add up' all the text to come up with a number. This number can be compared to another time this file was 'added up', to provide a simple kind of check to see if the text has been changed or if it is the same.

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Accept 3 natural numbers and check whether it firms pythagorean triplet