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• Penn State CSE 103
Script started on Sun 08 Sep 2002 08:57:16 PM EDT sas 1% cat lab2.cpp / Doug Hogan / Key / CSE103 Sections 5 and 6 / 0000 / This program takes as input an employee\'s yearly salary. It then calculuates and / displays how much retroactive pay the empl
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• Penn State CSE 103
CSE 103, Penn State University Monday, November 4, 2002 prepared by Doug Hogan Announcements & Overview The exam. Wednesday night, 8:15 p.m. (be on time), 100 Thomas Bring a #2 pencil, your ID card, and an eraser if you want it No notes, books
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• Penn State CSE 103
IntrotoClassesvia theC+StringClass November18,2002 CSE103PennStateUniversity Onlineathttp:/www.personal.psu.edu/djh300/cse103/string.ppt PreparedbyDougHogan Announcements LatedropdeadlineisWednesday,11/20 Reviewscores IfyoudonotearnaCorbetter,you
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• Penn State CSE 103
CSE 103 HW Set #1 Fall 00 1. Write an C+ program to calculate and display the circumference of a circle having a radius of 3.5 inches. The equation for determining the circumference, c, of a circle is c = 2or where r , is the radius and o = 3.1416
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• Penn State CSE 103
CSE 103 Quiz #10 Fall 00 QUIZ IS DUE: 11/15/00 BEFORE 11:20 PM YOU WILL BE ABLE TO UPLOAD TO THE SERVER BETWEEN 9:30-11:20 1. PROBLEM 6.8 (page 341) 2. A coin is tossed repeatedly, and a payoff of 2n dollars is made, where n is the number of toss
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• Penn State CSE 103
CSE 103 Quiz #8 NAME: ANSWER ONLY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. Write a program to produce the following pattern: 1 123 12345 1234567 123456789 1234567 12345 123 1 2. Write a C+ program that will call a function named Shopping that will displa
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• Penn State CSE 103
CSE 103 Quiz #1 NAME: Write a program that will display: 1. Your initials displayed in double quote. 2. Your social security number without the dashes between the digits (Think about the kind of variable that you need to declare). 3. Calculate and
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• Penn State CSE 103
CSE 103 Quiz #6 NAME: 2 2 1. The quadratic equation Ax + Bx + C = 0 has complex roots if the discriminant B - 4AC is negative; it has one real root, -B/2A, if the discriminant is zero; and it has two real roots given by the quadratic formula x= -
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• Penn State CSE 103
CSE 103 Quiz #3 columns: 2; 4; 6; 8 1) Write a program that will ask the user to input values for the three sides a, b, and c of a triangle and then to calculate and display its perimeter and area. These should be printed together with the values
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• Penn State CSE 103
CSE 103 Quiz #5 Fall 00 Write, compile and test a C+ program that will call two functions, namely ConvertWeight and Display. The ConvertWeight accepts a real Value (in ounces) and a character OutUnits (g or G for grams, p or P for pounds, k or K f
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• Penn State CSE 103
Quiz #9 Fall 00 NAME: 1. Write a function ConvertVolume that accepts a real Value and two characters InUnits and OutUnits and then converts Value given in InUnits to the equivalent value in OutUnits and display this value. The Value variable(s) sho
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