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Write a function to add the suffix ing to the input string a_str.
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def add_ing(a_str):  # Your code here!
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Write a function to multiply two input parameters, a_var and b_var.
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def product_of_two(a, b):  # Your code here!

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What does MVVM stand for in iOS development?
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    Model-View-ViewModel
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    Movement-Verses-Vision-Made
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    Make-Views-(And)-ViewModels
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    MultipleView-Vision-Mission
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Write a function harmonicSum(n) that returns the harmonic sum of an integer n.
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# Your code here!

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