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### hw3

Course: CSE 452, Fall 2008
School: Michigan State University
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452 CSE Due: Homework #3 Thursday September 25 Your answers to these questions are to be submitted as a single ML program using handin. Use ML comments to clearly delineate where the answer to each problem starts and ends. Embed your answers to non-coding questions as comments in this same le. 1. (a) Write the function zip to compute the product of two lists of arbitrary length that is, given two lists l1 and...

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