The potentially assignment consists of multiple submission of equation. You are responsible to do each submission and have it ready to submit at the beginning on claims on the due date. Each submission should have its own cover page containing the course number assignment number:submission number:year UNB registered same:and your UNB student number. Each equation is each submission should be in order and each new equation should be started on a new page with the equation number and equation on it. Please do not use the back of pages Write a MATIAB algorithm and segments to solve the following question(suggested variable names is brackets). You are required to utilize a switch statement in at least one part of your code: My daughter in grade it is actively learning math and needs an “app” to help the check her homework. She is leaning addition. subtraction, multiplication and two types of division. She wants this app to (a) Ask her the first number (a) (b) Ask her the second number (b) (c) percent her with optical of +,-,*, phi and with remainder and ask her to choose one by catering 1,2,3,4, or 5(opl). (d) Perform the request operation a (op) b and output the entire equation (see Assignment 3 solutions as good example) Keep is mind that is Grade 4 they don’t have decimals or negative numbers yet so: (a) subtraction is only allowed if the is not negative, otherwise you should point out an informative massage (understandable by the intended user) (b) division is only allowed if its not “bed” but not only does this mean the second numbers cannot be zero, but that it must also perfectly divide. Each care should have its own error massage (c) divide with remainder done allow non-perfect division, but must indicate how many times b divided a and what the remainder is (example 5 = 2 is 2 with a reminder of 1). Write a MATLAB algorithm and scripts to solve the following question (suggested variable names is brackets): Using for loops, write a script which counts for a vector v (ask user input by asking how many numbers and then asking for each number one input at a time) how many times each exists in the vector. Display the result as a well formatted table also using a for loop.