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Subject: Writing

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Write a short story.

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The Lost Cause It wasn’t unusual, yet it felt so wrong. I always knew she liked him to the point that she was willing to sacrifice everything for him. Was it justified? Maybe; he was funny, cute and he cared about people. So what went wrong? What could possibly have happened in these 2 days? Was she at fault? But, they were so meant to be. Seeing them fight, one could not deny the spark between the two kids in this adults’ world. Maybe, that’s where reality kicks in. Nothing is perfect; it’s not long before you realize each other’s shortcomings. I’ll never know for sure, because they don’t know it either. Kids, always unsatisfied with what they have. Oh what I wouldn’t give for such pure love. They couldn’t deal with it like adults; that was the beauty and that is what lead to its destruction. I would be lying to say, I wasn’t a bit jealous of such a perfect relation. They gave each other freedom, understood each other telepathically, flirted and never went too cheesy. It was perfect; maybe too perfect to exist. It was like a message to the people watching that nothing can be perfect, but what was their fault? Nobody knew and nobody cared. We all picked sides and accused the other person. Did I call ‘them’ kids? I’m sorry, we were all kids, we just didn’t want to accept it. Maybe I can write about this as they both were my friends and I never really could figure out the main reason of this break-up. It was funny in a strange way, they had just returned from their trip to Shimla, and the next day they broke up. I couldn’t believe this, it really happened. “Why?” was the first question I asked. He replied with a rather cold, “Just like that.” He tried to remain cool but his voice was weak and it shivered. I didn’t point it out, I don’t know why. Humans are weird beings. The next day I asked her the exact same thing. “I don’t know, ask him.” It was weird she said it as if she genuinely meant it and it didn’t sound like she was accusing him. “Okay, what the heck? What exactly happened between you two?” “Nothing” You didn’t need to be from Baker Street to see that she was welling up. I walked away with a casual ‘ok’. I could have consoled her but I had sub-consciously taken his side and I couldn’t help her. What was I thinking? She too is my friend and she needs my help. It’s a pity that a human brain can handle so much stupid stuff but is indecisive when emotions creep in. I now realize, I should have talked to her; I could have written this all way before. He still doesn’t talk about it and pretends only good enough to fool others. We, his close friends, know that he’s changed and there is nothing we can do about it. She on the other hand is more vulnerable and it was nearly a month before she cried in front of me. “I love him and there is nothing that is going to change that but we aren’t meant to be. He thinks we both were getting cheesy, and I don’t want that.” “That’s a lame reason”, I said in disbelief. He wouldn’t do that. “You’re not going to say anything to him. I don’t want to lose him as a friend.” “You both are pretending that nothing happened, why?” I was confused why be still be friends when you break up over such a silly thing. Then it struck me, because they needed a reason, something to blame, for their faults. What I couldn’t understand was why they couldn’t be in a relationship, despite being in love. Sometimes, even love isn’t enough and that is the sad reality of the world we live in. They had to remain friends in love, because the ‘lover tag’ comes with a cost and sometimes we can’t afford it. It was a lost cause; they still can’t bear to stay away from each other. They pretend to be unaffected. Staying friends forever or maybe a faint hope lingers within them, that someday when the time is right, when the stars are in position, when the glass world shatters and when the Old lady smiles, they’ll reunite and this time it’ll last. It’s unreasonable but the heart doesn’t care, it’ll hold on to that last bit of hope. It was unusual, yet it felt so right. I’m not going to disturb this course of action and maybe just maybe it’ll have a happy ending.

Subject: Calculus

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Let the interval (a , +infinity) be the range of function f. The range of f(x) - 4 is given by:

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If the range of f is given by the interval (a , +infinity), we can write the following inequality f(x) > a add - 4 to both sides on the inequality to obtain f(x) - 4 > a - 4 The last inequality suggests that the range of f(x) - 4 is (a - 4, +infinity)

Subject: C Programming

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Write a C program to input elements in array and search whether an element exists in array or not.

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Step by step descriptive logic to search element in array using linear search algorithm. 1. Input size and elements in array from user. Store it in some variable say size and arr. 2. Input number to search from user in some variable say toSearch. 3. Define a flag variable as found = 0. I have initialized found with 0, which means initially I have assumed that searched element does not exists in array. 4. Run loop from 0 to size. Loop structure should look like for(i=0; i<size; i++). 5. Inside loop check if current array element is equal to searched number or not. Which is if(arr[i] == toSearch) then set found = 1 flag and terminate from loop. Since element is found no need to continue further. 6. Outside loop if(found == 1) then element is found otherwise not. The code is given below: #include <stdio.h> #define MAX_SIZE 100 // Maximum array size int main() { int arr[MAX_SIZE]; int size, i, toSearch, found; /* Input size of array */ printf("Enter size of array: "); scanf("%d", &size); /* Input elements of array */ printf("Enter elements in array: "); for(i=0; i<size; i++) { scanf("%d", &arr[i]); } printf("\nEnter element to search: "); scanf("%d", &toSearch); /* Assume that element does not exists in array */ found = 0; for(i=0; i<size; i++) { /* * If element is found in array then raise found flag * and terminate from loop. */ if(arr[i] == toSearch) { found = 1; break; } } /* * If element is not found in array */ if(found == 1) { printf("\n%d is found at position %d", toSearch, i + 1); } else { printf("\n%d is not found in the array", toSearch); } return 0; }

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