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  1.   Create a VI to add a value with every element of an available cluster. (Adding a numeric to a cluster results in the addition of the numeric to each element in the cluster.) 2.   Create a VI consisting of two clusters of LEDs. Perform the AND.ORoperation between the clusters and display the output in another cluster of LEDs. (When comparing clusters, the AND function compares each element with its corresponding value in the second cluster.)  3.   Create a VI to compare the elements of two clusters with numeric, boolean and string datatype. If the values of corresponding elements of both the VIs are the same, switch ON an LED in the output cluster . 4 .Create a VI to select between two input clusters using a toggle switch (Select Switch) and display in an output cluster.  5.Create a VI to check whether the cluster elements are in range or not. Specify the upper and lower limits. Display the coerced output and a cluster of LEDs to indicate whether a particular cluster element is in the range or not. 6.Create a VI to compare clusters and Switch ON an LED in the output cluster if the nth element of cluster 1 is greater than the nth element of the cluster 2.  7.  Create a VI Using assembling clusters function. 8.Create a VI Using disassembling clusters function.
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