`countdown`

- Write a function called
`countdown`

that accepts a number as a parameter and every 1000 milliseconds decrements the value and console.logs it. Once the value is 0 it should log "DONE!" and stop.

countDown(4); // 3 // 2 // 1 // "DONE!"

`randomGame`

- Write a function called
`randomGame`

that selects a random number between 0 and 1 every 1000 milliseconds and each time that a random number is picked, add 1 to a counter. If the number is greater than`.75`

, stop the timer and return the number of tries it took before we found a number greater than`.75`

.

`isEven`

- Write a function called
`isEven`

which takes in a number and returns true if the number is even and returns false if it is not

isEven(2); // true isEven(3); // false

`isOdd`

- Write a function called
`isOdd`

which takes in a number and returns true if the number is odd and returns false if it is not

isOdd(3); // true isOdd(14); // false

`isPrime`

- Write a function called
`isPrime`

which takes in a number and returns true if the number is a prime number (is greater than 1 and can only be divided in whole by itself and 1), otherwise returns false

isPrime(8); // false isPrime(17); // true

`numberFact`

- Write a function called
`numberFact`

which takes in a number and a callback and returns the result of the callback with the number passed to it

numberFact(59,isEven); // false numberFact(59,isOdd); // true numberFact(59,isPrime); // true

`find`

- Write a function called
`find`

. It should take in an array and a callback and return the first value found in the array that matches the condition.

find([8,11,4,27], function(val){return val >= 10}); // 11 find([8,11,4,27], function(val){return val === 5}); // undefined

`findIndex`

- Write a function called
`findIndex`

. It should take in an array and a callback and return the index of first value found in the array that matches the condition.

// returns 1 (index of the first value greater than or equal to 10) findIndex([8,11,4,27], function(val){return val >= 10}); findIndex([8,11,4,27], function(val){return val === 7}); // undefined

`specialMultiply`

- Write a function called
`specialMultiply`

which accepts two parameters. If the function is passed both parameters, it should return the product of the two. If the function is only passed one parameter - it should return a function which can later be passed another parameter to return the product. You will have to use**closure**and**arguments**to solve this.

specialMultiply(3,4); // 12 specialMultiply(3)(4); // 12 specialMultiply(3); // returns a function

You can find solutions to the exercises here

When you're ready, move on to Introduction to the DOM