- Implement
`gen-milks`, which takes a natural number*n*and produces a list with*n*`'milk`s. - Implement
`each-bigger?`which takes two lists of numbers, where the two lists have the same length. The result should be`true`if each element of the first list is bigger than the corresponding element of the second list. For example`(each-bigger? (list 1 5 3) (list 0 3 2))`should produce`true`, while`(each-bigger? (list 1 5 3) (list 0 6 2))`should produce`false`. - Implement
`all-bigger?`which takes two lists of numbers. The result should be`true`if each element of the first list is bigger than every number in the second list. For example`(all-bigger? (list 1 5 3) (list 0 3 2))`should produce`false`, while`(all-bigger? (list 2 5 3) (list 0 1))`should produce`true`.

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