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Second Round: This was a bit difficult. The question is to generate sample math problems(additions) for a 8th grade student and the results should be stored in such a way that they can be printed when required. Sample problem is 7+8=_____ The constraints are:- 1) The numbers that are to be added should be <=9 2) The result should be <=17
this actually fairly simple, for the second constraint its x+y <=17, then all you need to do is have a random generator that finds some x solve for y (i.e. y<=17-x, that way you dont have to use the random generator twice and then have run it multiple times to make sure the result is valid) then a simple if statement to test whether user input is correct
one more thing to get every result less than 17 , you would have to another if statement that uses 2 randomly generatored numbers if x+y <=17 isnt true do what i mentioned earlier