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# I am stuck on this question and I need helpSuggest the following assembly program using

assembly language. Place the following list of integers in memory,

A = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

B = (300, 150, 50, 20, 10, 5)

C = (500, 2, 5, 10)

Place any full name "Last Name, First Name" in contiguous memory

Output should look like

Print any name "Last Name, First Name" on the screen. You don't need the quotes but you do need the comma.

Print a blank line.

Add all the elements of list B together; print each result (intermediate and final) on screen. Put 2 spaces between each result.  pay attention to this (e.g., 450)  pay attention to this

Print a blank line.  pay attention to this

Multiply all the elements of list A together; print each result (intermediate and final) on screen. Put 2 spaces between each result. (e.g., 2)  pay attention to this

Print a blank line.

Divide the final result from part 3, by each element in list B (the results are not cumulative). Put 2 spaces between each result. (e.g., 1)

Print a blank line.

Subtract from the final result of part 5 each element of list C (the results are not cumulative). Put 2 spaces between each result. (e.g., 220)

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