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Solutions:

ArabicToRoman.htm: Conversion of Arabic numbers into Roman numbers (in JavaScript + HTML).

RomanToArabic.htm: Conversion of Roman numbers into Arabic numbers (in JavaScript + HTML).

Binary_to_decimal.htm: Conversion of binary numbers into decimal numbers with input validation (in JavaScript + HTML).

Prime.htm: Determining whether a given number is a prime number (in JavaScript + HTML).

DayNo.htm: DayNo.htm for finding the subsequent number of a given day in a given year (in JavaScript + HTML).

ISBN.htm: ISBN.htm for validation of ISBN numbers from books (in JavaScript + HTML).

change.htm: Change.htm for finding bills and coins to represent a given amount of change (in JavaScript + HTML).

Fuel.htm: Fuel.htm for converting fuel consumption in cars from miles per gallon into liters per 100 km (in JavaScript + HTML).

Fuel_back.htm: Fuel_back.htm for converting fuel consumption in cars from liters per 100 km into miles per gallon (in JavaScript + HTML).

Leap.htm: Leap.htm for determining whether a given year is a leap year (in JavaScript + HTML).

Problems:

Text of sample problems for JavaScript students (MS *.doc format).

Text of JavaScript Assignment 1 (MS *.doc format).

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