1. Write a program that asks for five numbers and returns the largest of them. Do not use max function built in python.

2. Write a program that prints all numbers between 27 and 78, one number per line.

In questions 3, 4, and 5 the following list is used: [1,2,5,6,3,77,9,0,3,23,0.4,-12.4,-3.12]

3. Using "for" loop, write program that finds the smallest number in the list.

4. Using loops, calculate arithmetic mean of all numbers in the list. Do not use built-in function in Python.

5. Using loops, display differences of all consecutive pairs of numbers in the list.

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numbers = list()

for i in range(5):

    number = float(input("Enter a number: "))


largest = numbers.pop(0)

for i in range(4):

    number = numbers.pop(0)

    if number > largest:

       largest = number

print("Largest number is: {0}".format(largest))...

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