tony_lynes_lab2.c - *Tony Lynes*CSCI 112 Lab 2#include...

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/* *Tony Lynes *CSCI 112 - Lab 2 *2/8/2016 */ #include <stdio.h> /*math.h gives us the ability to use square root in the equation*/ #include<math.h> #include<float.h> /* Establish our double values at the top */ double current, sum, sum_squares, lowest, highest, range, average, std_dev; /* This function is getting an input from the user, not to provide a result, but to be used to determine how many values the user will enter*/ double get_input(void) { /*variable "t" serves no abreviation*/ double t=0; printf("Enter a number: "); scanf("%lf", &t); return t; } /*This function is prompting the user to give a value that will be the amount of entries, therefor is cannot be negative*/ int get_n(void) { /*Since the amount of entries can't be a fraction, an integer will be used*/ int n; n= -1; /*Will repeatedly prompt user for a value in the target range, until the conditions are met*/ do { printf("Enter a value for N that is >=0: "); scanf("%d", &n); /*This if statement will tell the user that their value for n does not meet the specifications, and will allow another integer to be entered*/ if (n<0) {
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