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COSC 1304: C Programming Final problem set 1. Write a program that given a sequence of 10 integers, find out and delete the maximum and minimum number, then compute the average of the rest. 2. Write a program to find out all 3-digit Narcissistic number. A number n is a 3-digit Narcissistic number if: (a) 100 ≤ n ≤ 999 , (b) The sum of its own digits each raised to the power of 3 equals to itself. For example: 153 is a Narcissistic number because 153 = 1 3 + 5 3 + 3 3 . 3. Given a function: Write a program to compute y given an input x. 4. Complete the function copyString , copy elements from array src to array dest. #include <stdio.h> void copyString(char *src, char *dest) { // Complete this copyString function here. } int main() { char inputString[100];
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