Hello Everybody can you help me with this exercise please i will have to give it back on thursday and i don't understand it can we do it together please i have a lot of other homework to give back and i'm too late on it
sorry for my english i am a french native .


EXERCISE 1: Write a program that asks the user to enter a series of 10
integer Values, the program determines and displays the biggest and smallest of the
serie.
EXERCISE 2: Write a program that asks the user to enter a series of n
integer Values, the program determines and displays the biggest and smallest of the
serie.
EXERCISE 3: Write a program that asks the user to enter a series of n integer
Values, the program determines and displays the average of the values ​​in the serie.
EXERCISE 4: Write a program that asks the user to enter a series of n integer
Values, the program determines and displays the number of positive values ​​and the
Number of negative values ​​of the series.
EXERCISE 5: Write a program that asks the user to enter an integer value
The program determines and displays the average of values ​​between 1 and
Value entered.
EXERCISE 6: Write a program that instructs the user to enter an integer value
Positive, the program determines and displays the average of the even numbers between 1 and
The entered value.
EXERCISE 7: Write a program that asks the user to enter an integer value
Positive, the program determines and displays whether the number is a prime number or not. A
Prime number must have only 2 divisors which are 1 and itself.
EXERCISE 8: Write a program that asks the user to enter an integer value
Positive, the program determines and displays whether the number is a perfect number or not. A
Number is perfect if the sum of these divisors except itself is equal to this number.
EXERCISE 9: Write a program that instructs the user to enter an integer value
The program determines and displays all prime numbers between 1 and
Input value.
EXERCISE 10: Write a program that instructs the user to enter an integer value
Positive, the program determines and displays all perfect numbers between 1 and
Value entered.
EXERCISE 11: Write a program that asks the user to enter an integer value
Positive (n), the program determines and displays the first n prime numbers.
EXERCISE 12: Write a program that asks the user to enter an integer value
Positive (n), the program determines and displays the first n perfect numbers.
EXERCISE 1 3: Write a program that asks the user to enter a series of N
Products, the program displays all the data for each product and its value in
stock. A product is characterized by its code (integer), its reference (chain), its price
(Real) and its quantity in stock (real).
EXERCISE 14: Write a program that instructs the user to enter an integer value
Positive (n), the program determines and displays the multiplication tables of the numbers
Between 1 and n.