CS100M Section Exercise 7 1 Examining a subarray [From Lab Exercise 6] Write a function vectorQuery(v,n,r) to determine whether the number r appears in the ±rst n cells of vector v . The function returns 1 if r is in the ±rst n cells of v and 0 otherwise. Your function assumes that v is a vector of numbers, n is a positive integer, and r is a number. Use a loop to do the search. Make sure that the loop index doesn’t go “out of bounds” (if n is greater than the length of vector v ). 2 Concatenating arrays [From Lab Exercise 6] Write a function sequence(m) that generates a sequence of random integer numbers between 1 and m , inclusive, stopping when a value is repeated for the ±rst time. The function returns an array containing all the numbers generated (in the order in which they were generated) except for the last value that is a repeated occurrence. Example: If the generated sequence is 3 1 9 5 7 2 5, the array to be returned should be 3 1 9 5 7 2. Hints:
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