identify the type of addressing, assembly language, Programming Languages

specify the function of the instruction and also specify whether its right or wrong-: (5)
1) MOV [BX],AX? Register Indirect addressing
2) MOV CX,[BX+DI]?Base plus index addressing
3) MOV AX,8H?immediate addressing
4) MOV DI,SET[BX]?register relative addressing
5) MOV EDX, [EAX+4*EBX]? scaled index addressing
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