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Prepare a script that can simulate a survey environment. The

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Prepare a bash script that can simulate a survey environment. The survey script will need to do the following:
1) Use an argument that contains the subject of the survey
2) The script should ask the user for their first name and last name during execution
3) Go to the sub directory /subject/ and load five questions (one at a time), and allow the user to enter an answer to the standard input.4) The student's answer should be recorded in a file called: lastname_firstname_answers_subject.txt where subject is the name from the argument in step 1).
5) Load the next question for the subject, and repeat step 4) until the five questions are done.
6) Prepare a summary file that indicates how many words the user entered during the survey, how long it took them complete each question, and how long it took them to complete the entire survey.Note: You must use a for loop for loading the questions. You can create the subject folder(s), and the stored questions ahead of time (i.e. they do not have to be created through your script)
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