hw3 - The rows increase by values of 1, starting at 0. The...

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Problem 1- This program uses an array and starts at k=1 but the values are k-1 so it displays array 0-4 and then the value of these numbers using a log. K then goes from 1 to less than 6 so 5 arrays are displayed. It will display as follows. array[0]= 0.00 array[1]= 0.69 array[2]= 1.10 array[3]= 1.39 array[4]= 1.61 Problem 2- This program uses a void function along with 6 sets of numbers with a1 and a2. In the for loop n starts at 5 then decreases by 1 until it reaches 0. It then displays the a2 value as n then the void function is n+a1[n] so it is displayed as follows. a2[5]= 12 a2[4]= 10 a2[3]= 8 a2[2]= 6 a2[1]= 4 a2[0]= 2 Problem 3- This program uses a double array and creates a matrix. There are 4 rows and 2 columns which are defined in the for loops.
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Unformatted text preview: The rows increase by values of 1, starting at 0. The second row starts at 1 and increases by 1 as well. It is displayed as follows The ab matrix looks like this. 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 Problem 4- Six errors are as follows Error 1- In double h[ ], open parentheses are used instead of { }. Error 2- dim should be dim[3][2] instead of dim(3,2). Error 3- j isnt declared next to integer. Error 4- in the if statement it says if(j=0), should be if (j==0) Error 5-2*h should be 2*h[i] Error 6- at the last cout line the values displayed are w[1] w[2] and w[3]; it should be w[0], w[1], w[2] because I starts at 0 and goes till 2 Output should be 4 10 16...
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