Use both arms. Right next to the tree, ascend the left boulder’s north face. For V2, start on a left hand crimp over with the tree and any number of right hand holds (a). For V4/5, begin on opposing underclings (b), perch on a high feet and attempt to uncoil. A one-handed send of this rig from any starting holds would be interesting to watch, although Richard Smith was purportedly 6’7".
Use both arms. Start just below the incut sidepull flakey arête right of Smith’s Face and climb to the top using both arms. This is another confounding one-arm problem, although the ground has probably eroded a bit and it used to be possible to start on the incut flake.
3. License Plate V6 sds ... FA: Marcelo Montalva, 2006
Use both arms. This is a tricky and powerful sds to #2 that begins low with your LH on the sloping lip of the undercut and RH on an undercling sidepull under the little roof and about 18 inches off the ground. After 2-3 moves, you'll arrive at holds on #2, from which you can cruise to the top.
4a&b. One Arm Overhang VB (a) / V1 sds (b) ... FA: Pat Ament, 1966 (one-armed) *
For VB, ascend jugs on the bulging overhang up and right to the top using both arms (a). For a little more difficulty, a sds begins on thin crimps below (b). A one-arm ascent is fairly obvious ... from a stand start, thrutch up and right on jugs and rock over.
5. Right Hand Arête V3 sds ... FA: Unknown
Begin awkwardly from a sds on the arête left of Right Hand Mantel and stay on the arête all the way to the top.
6. Right Hand Mantel V? ... FA: Pat Ament, 1966 (one-armed)
Use one arm for this description. This is the classic of the one-arm problems, mostly because of the ridiculous and famous photos of Pat manteling out the topout using his right hand. Reach high to a small RH crimp, pull on and thrutch to an good incut on the left side of the high rail which you will need to mantel out. I have no idea how to grade one-arm problems, hence the question mark for the grade.