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a total quiz score.Supply an appropriate constructor and functions get_name(),
add_quiz(int score), get_total_score(), and get_average_score().To compute the latter,
you also need to store the number of quizzes that the student took.
Messi teaches Prolog language.
Prolog is a programming subject.
Nabil teaches Algebra.
Algebra is a Mathematics subject.
Everyone who teaches a programming subject is smart.
Consult the above program and query Prolog: "Who are smart"? Print screen and submit the output.
• 97% of packets reach their destination correctly in less than 50ms
• 1% of packets reach their destination correctly in more than 50ms but less than 10,000ms.
• 1% of packets are lost in transit
• 1% of packets arrive at their destination in less than 50ms but have one or two random single-bit errors.
For each of the following applications, indicate and explain your decision whether it would be best to use TCP with checksum, or UDP with checksum, or UDP without checksum:
(a) A live audio / video chat system like Skype
(b) A general purpose network file system such as NFS: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_File_System
(c) Remote control of a bomb disposal robot (each packet contains an array of floating-point numbers indicating the current desired location of the robot)
• Rotation of the line by 45 degrees about its center (5, 3)
• Translate the line by (7, 2)
• Scale the line by 3 in x and 2 in y
Now add a function named clear_screen that uses a combination of the functions nine_lines, three_lines, and new_line (provided below) to print a total of twenty-five lines. The last line of your program should call the function clear_screen.
The function three_lines and new_line are defined below so that you can see nested function calls. Also, to make counting “blank” lines visually easier, the print command inside new_line will print a dot at the beginning of the line: