Programming Project Instructions: Do all of the following questions. Submit a printout of the code. Please comment all lines as to show me what is happening. Use your Bourne Shell. Programs written in other programming languages will not be accepted. Due day of final. [url removed, login to view] a program that will ask the user if they want to add, subtract, multiply or divide two user inputted numbers. Then give the response as follows: The sum of number1 and number 2 is: Answer The difference of number1 and number2 is: Answer The product of number1 and number2 is: Answer The quotient of Number1 and Number2 is: Answer Please note, make this program so it will run until the user wants to quit. Also, if the user enters a 0 as the second number, the program MUST instruct the user that if they choose divide a division by zero error will occur. [url removed, login to view] a program that will allow a user to type in a number, while the program outputs that number in words. Example, if you typed in 21, the computer would respond with twenty-one. Please allow the program to work for 0-30. If a number typed in is not in that range, be sure to let the user know. [url removed, login to view] an If Statement that will allow the user to type in a month, then the program will respond with the holiday in that month. (You only need to list 1 holiday per month.) If there is no holiday, then have the computer respond there is no holiday in this month. Also let the user know if they typed a month that does not exist. [url removed, login to view] a program that will allow a user to input as many numbers as the user wants (use 999 as the choice that ends the user input). The program will then respond: Highest Number: Answer Lowest Number: Answer Sum of the numbers: Answer Average of the numbers: Answer 5. Create a Number guessing game. Have the computer pick a number from 0-60. Then allow the user to guess at the number until the user gets it right. (Hint you can use the seconds from the clock to get the number to guess). Please include the following: a)Keep a counter of how many guesses were made, and then tell the user how many guesses it took. b)As the user guesses, tell the user whether the guess is too high or too low. [url removed, login to view] a program that will allow a user to type in a number, then the number will either count up to the number provided by the user or count down from that number. In addition, create a menu that will let the user choose which counter they wish to use. In both cases that counter will either count down to 0, or start counting from 0.