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Exercise 1

Using the following variables:
``` x=1 i=c(1:10) ```
For this exercise, write a for() loop that increments x by two for each i.

Exercise 2
Using the following variables:
``` x=1 y=40 i=c(1:10) ```
For this exercise, write a for() loop that increments x by three and decrease y by two, for each i.

Exercise 3
Using the following variables:
``` a,b ```
For this exercise, write a nested for() loop (where the outer for loop increment a from 2 to 8 by 1, and the
inner for loop increment b from 1 to 6 by 1) that print “a, ‘ less than ‘,b” if a

Exercise 4
Using the following variable:
``` x=c(2,4) ```
For this exercise, type a while () loop that adds even numbers to x, while the length of x is less than 12.
For example, in the first iteration you get `x = 2,4,6`, and the third `x =2,4,6,8`.

Exercise 5

Using the following variable:
``` a=15:10 b=20:15 ```
For this exercise, type a while () loop that computes a vector` x=225 224 221 216 209 200` ,such that

``` x=a*b x=a*b x=a*b . . x=a*b ```

Exercise 6

Using the following variable:
``` a=1:10 ```
For this exercise, type a while () loop that computes a vector` x=1 3 6 10 15 21 28 36 45 55` ,such that
``` x=a x=a+a x=a+a+a . . ```

Exercise 7

Using the following variable:
``` i=10 x=10 ```
For this exercise, type a repeat () loop that decreasing i computes `x=x/i` until `i=0`.

Exercise 8

Using the following variable:
``` x=100 y=50 i=1 ```
For this exercise, type a repeat () loop that incrementing i computes `x=x-i and y=y+i` until `x<y`.

Exercise 9

Using the following variable:
``` x=as.Date("10/11/2017","%d/%m/%Y") ```
For this exercise, type a repeat () loop that increment x until x is equal to 31/12/2017.

Exercise 10

Using the following variable:

``` x=cbind(c(1,2,3,4,9,7,4,3),c(3,1,2,5,3,6,5,3)) ```

For this exercise, type a for() loop that calculate `y=3 8 18 44 126 140 100 84`, such that
``` y=x[1,1]*x[1,2] y=x[2,1]*sum(x[1:2,2]) y=x[3,1]*sum(x[1:3,2]) . . . y=x[8,1]*sum(x[1:8,2]) ```

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