What will be the correct order of the function in the given flowchart? … The above are not ok

# Tag: correct

## I am unable to get the correct output. Is there an error in this code? Please give me your answers [on hold]

def sumOfDiv (x):

```
sum = 1
for i in the range (2, x):
if x% i == 0:
sum + = i
return sum
```

# Check if the couple is friendly

def isAmicable (a, b):

for i in the range (a, b + 1):

if sumOfDiv (a) == b and sumOfDiv (b) == a:

```
print (list (a, b))
otherwise:
return "none"
```

a = int (input ("Enter the number:"))

b = int (input (" nEnter the number 2:"))

isAmicable (a, b)

## nexus 5x – Correct password will not be accepted after a long time

I have a Nexus 5x and I rarely restart it.

I use fingerprint and password for authentication, usually only fingerprint, but from time to time I have to enter the password for security.

This just happened and my password was not accepted.

If an incorrect password is entered intentionally, only "wrong password" is displayed.

If the correct password is entered, the screen turns black, but the lock screen reappears.

Restart worked, but I'm still worried, why is this happening?

## ISO Noise – What is ISO technically? Is the following video correct?

The video statement from ISO is pretty good, but not perfect. It focuses on a single pixel (pixel). The video shows red, green and blue light being played on a single pixel. In reality, each pixel of a modern digital color camera is divided into three sub-pixels, one for red, one for green, and one for blue. These are the three bright primary colors. We can image and display color images as we record the intensities of these primary colors.

Each of the three subpixel sites is covered by a strong transparent filter. The filters are made of red, green and blue colored material. Thus, each subpixel receives 1/3 of the incident light. Let me add that the distribution of red versus green and blue sensor is not equal. The distribution is uneven to force the image sensor to mimic the human eye in terms of color sensitivity. Another point, some futuristic sensors have a scatter of unfiltered spots. This method starts the photosensitivity of the overalls. The software thus completes the color of light playing on unfiltered spots.

When opening the shutter, each spot is bombarded with photon hits. These are in direct proportion to the colors and intensities of the photographed view. The photon hits generate an electrical charge on the photo side. The more hits, the higher the charge. If the view is poorly lit, the light is weak and the charges at the sensor sites are tiny. When the view is heavily lit, the loads are larger but still too small to be of great value. Thus each site contains an amplifier. The purpose of the amplifier is to increase the strength of the charge in order to make it useful. Each amplifier has its own characteristics so that everyone charges the charge differently. This is the main cause of what we call noise. This corresponds to the static charge of an audio system. The higher the volume, the stronger the static / noise.

ISO (International Standards Origination based in Geneva) is the recognized authority for the sensitivity of photographic film. They develop the test methods that give an ISO number for the sensitivity value. Digital imaging began as a subset of chemical imaging (film). The digital community roughly follows the ISO guidelines when it comes to assigning sensitivity values (ISO).

Noise in digital imaging creates artifacts (missing image content). There are many types. Noise is a granularity of the image that resembles a similar film artifact called "grain". When working in low light, increase the gain to allow imaging under these adverse conditions. As we increase the gain, the ratio of static to noise increases, so the image displays the artifact we call noise.

## Integration with trigonometric substitution, is my result correct?

$ int frac {lnx} {x sqrt {1-4lnx-ln ^ {2} x}} dx left | u = lnx, du = frac {1} {x}, xdu = dx right | \ int frac {u} {x sqrt {-u ^ {2} -4u + 1}} xdu = int frac {u} { sqrt {-u ^ {2} -4u + 1}} du \ left | -u ^ {2} -4u + 1 = – (u ^ {2} + 4u-1) right | \ \ left | – (u + 2) ^ {2} + 5 = -u ^ {2} -4u + 1 right | \ \ int frac {u} { sqrt {- (u + 2) ^ {2} +5}} du left | sqrt {-x ^ {2} + a ^ {2}} = sqrt {a ^ {2} -x ^ {2}} -> asin theta right | \ u + 2 = x -> sqrt {5} sin theta, \ dx = sqrt {5} cos theta d theta \ int frac {u + 2-2} { sqrt {- ( sqrt {5} sin theta) ^ {2} +5}} cdot sqrt {5} cos theta d theta \ int frac { sqrt {5} sin theta 2 } { sqrt {-5sin ^ {2} theta + 5}} cdot sqrt {5} cos theta d theta \ int frac { sqrt {5} sin theta-2} { sqrt {5 (1-sin ^ {2} theta)}} cdot sqrt {5} cos theta d theta \ int frac { sqrt {5} sin theta-2} { sqrt {5} sqrt {cos ^ {2} theta}} cdot sqrt {5} cos theta d theta \ int frac { sqrt {5} sin theta-2} { sqrt {5} cdot cos theta} cdot sqrt {5} cos theta d theta \ int sqrt {5} sin theta-2 d theta = – sqrt {5} cos theta-2 theta + c \ sqrt {5} sin theta = x, sin theta = frac {x} { sqrt {5}}, x = u + 2-> u = lnx, \ theta = sin ^ {- 1} ( frac {lnx + 2} { sqrt {5}}) $

## Features – I would like to correct the name of the status label on the checkout page

I've added code to the functions.php file to rename the state lebel field. This code only works in countries that only contain states. However, if I select a different country, the term "state" will automatically be renamed "country wise".

If I choose "US," the status label will display the status. If I choose "BD," the status label will be renamed "District."

I need the country name specified for all countries. Please help.

I tried the following code:

```
Function custom_wc_checkout_fields ($ fields) {
$ Fields['billing']['billing_state']['label'] = & # 39; my brand name & # 39 ;;
$ Return fields;
```

## Penetration Test – Show incorrect results about Nexpose, but correct with Nmap

We scan our network via Nexpose. Recently, an asset was found to be sensitive to the Wannacry CVE 2017-0146 SMB remote code execution vulnerability. However, when I tested it through Nmap, it does not show me a security hole. I used the following command: nmap -p 445 –script vuln. It gives me the following result:

samba-vuln-cve-2012-1182: NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED

| _smb-vuln-ms10-054: false

| _smb-vuln-ms10-061: NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED

Does Nexpose show a false positive result in the context of this particular goal? I know we can do the same thing with Metasploit, but we are not allowed to use it in our organization. Please suggest

## Plotting – Correct approach to error representation in MMA 12.0

I assume that the simplification of defect plans was a major consideration for the introduction `Around`

So, I would say this is the intended way to make a bug now.

I think it's about two key areas (in terms of plot construction):

- You can just add x errors, y errors, or both.
- Being able to use error bars in linear-log, log-linear and log-log diagrams was a hassle before.

$$

```
x = around[#, RandomReal[{-0.5, 0.5}, 2]]& /@ Offer[20];
y = around[#, RandomReal[{-0.5, 0.5}, 2]]& /@ Offer[20];
ListPlot[
{x, y}[Transpose],
ScalingFunctions -> {"Log", "Log"}
]
```

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## Two & # 39; if statements & # 39; is my correct syntax (functions.php) and what & #39; wrong & # 39; is

The following code works fine.

I just want to know if it's right to have two "if" statements as I did them.

(The purpose of this snippet is to replace the generic "Category, Tag" and replace it with custom text.)

```
add_filter (& # 39; get_the_archive_title & # 39 ;, & # 39; my_theme_archive_title & # 39;);
/ **
* Remove archive labels.
*
* @param String $ title Current archive title to display.
* @return string Modified archive title to be displayed.
* /
Function my_theme_archive_title ($ title) {
if (is_tax (& # 39; us_state & # 39;)) {
$ title = single_term_title (& # 39; Conferences In & nbsp; & nbsp ;, false);
}
if (is_tax (& # 39; country & # 39;)) {
$ title = single_term_title (& # 39; CConferences In & nbsp; & nbsp ;, false);
}
return $ title;
}
```

Also – what is it? **not correct** Statement in the end for? Does it determine if JQuery needs to be loaded?

Thanks for all the feedback – I just want to make sure I'm doing it right.