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108 CE Simple Error Illustration The following is a sequence of multiple choice questions. Be sure to try them on a computer before you answer them....yes, they are tricky. i=3 write (*,1) i format(e15.7) end a=3.0 write (*,1) a format(i15) end 1 1 The output of the program is: (a) 3 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number i=10 call wrf(i) end subroutine wrf(x) write (*,*) x return end The output of the...

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108 CE Simple Error Illustration The following is a sequence of multiple choice questions. Be sure to try them on a computer before you answer them....yes, they are tricky. i=3 write (*,1) i format(e15.7) end a=3.0 write (*,1) a format(i15) end 1 1 The output of the program is: (a) 3 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number i=10 call wrf(i) end subroutine wrf(x) write (*,*) x return end The output of the program is: (a) 3.0 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number a=10.0 call wri(a) end subroutine wri(i) write (*,*) i return end The output of the program is: (a) 10 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number call wrf(20) end subroutine wrf(x) write (*,*) x return end The output of the program is: (a) 10.0 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number call wrf(20.0) end subroutine wrf(x) write (*,*) x return end The output of the program is: (a) 20 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number call wri(20.0) end subroutine wri(i) write (*,*) i return end The output of the program is: (a) 20.0 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number call wri(20) end subroutine wri(i) write (*,*) i return end The output of the program is: (a) 20.0 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number The output of the program is: (a) 20 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number #include <stdio.h> int main() {int i; i=30; printf("%e\n",i); } #include <stdio.h> int main() {float a=30.0; a; printf("%d\n",a); } UNIX command for compilation: cc exp5.c -o cprog UNIX command for compilation: cc exp5.c -o cprog The output of the program is: (a) 30 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number #include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> int main() {float a,b; a=3.0; b=pow(a,2) printf("%f\n",b); The output of the program is: (a) 30.0 (b) A very big number (c) A very small number #include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> int main() {float a,b; a=3.0; b=pow(a,2.0) printf("%f\n",b); } } UNIX command for compilation: cc exp5.c -lm -o cprog UNIX command for compilation: cc exp5.c -lm -o cprog The output of the program is: (a) 9.0 (b) 1.0 (c) Other than 9.0 and 1.0 #include <stdio.h> void sub(float a, float b); int main() {float a,b; a=4.0; b=4.0; sub(a,b); printf("%f\n&q...

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