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Write an R script that contains statements to address the following numbered items. Use R comments (a line starting with the # symbol) to clearly indicate for which item the statements are intended.

Considering a Character vector called
statusDesc=c(“senior”,”sophomore”,”junior”,”freshman”).

Write R code(s) to create a factor called statusFac that will take statusDesc as an argument and has four levels in the order of “freshman,” ”sophomore,” ”junior,” and “senior.”

Use the following codes to generate 10 random numbers to represent 10 random ages.
set.seed(1)
ages=rnorm(10,24,24)

Based on the variable ages, use cut() to create a factor called ageFac that has 4 levels “child”,”teen”,”adult”, and “senior”.

The corresponding age ranges are (3,13],(13,18],(18,60],and (60,120]. For example, one must be older than 3 and not older than 13 to be called a child. The contents of ageFac should be as follows:

Assuming a variable called num contains an integer,

write an if-else statement to display the message “it is an even number” if num is even, or “it is an odd number” if num is odd.

(Hint: use %% 2 to check the remainder of num divided by 2).

Consider two variables, score and grade. The variable score contains a numeric value.Write an if-else if statement to:

assign “A” to grade if score is greater than or equal to 90;

assign “B” to grade if score is greater than or equal to 80 but less than 90; or

assign “C” to grade if score is greater than or equal to 70 but less than 80.

Considering the following R codes
a=c(2,-4,-3,7,6)
b=1:5
c=6:10
There is a numeric vector d.

Assign the item in b to d if the corresponding item in a is greater than 0, otherwise, assign the item in c to d. For instance, the first item in a is 2, which is greater than 0, therefore the first item of d should be 1, which comes from b.

(Hint: use if-else statement).

Write a repeat loop to print out the message “Hello World!” 10 times.

Write a while loop to calculate 9! (factorial).

Considering a vector data=seq(0,100,2), which represents all the even numbers from 0 through 100,

write a “for loop” to sum up all the items in data.