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HW2_solutions - c Chapter 2, problem 3 PROGRAM MAIN * *...

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c Chapter 2, problem 3 PROGRAM MAIN *********************************************************************** * Program to determine the area and hypotenuse of a right triangle * * triangle given the lengths of its two legs. Variables used are: * * LEG1 : length of one leg of the triangle * * LEG2 : length of the other leg * * AREA : area of triangle * * HYPOT : length of the hypotenuse * * * * Input: LEG1, LEG2 * * Output: AREA, HYPOT * *********************************************************************** IMPLICIT NONE REAL LEG1,LEG2,HYPOT,AREA c Ask the user for the lengths of the two sides PRINT*, 'ENTER THE LENGTHS OF BOTH SIDES' READ*, LEG1, LEG2 c calculate area and hypotenuse, then tell the user AREA = 0.5 * LEG1 * LEG2 PRINT*, 'THE AREA OF THE RIGHT TRIANGLE IS:', AREA HYPOT = SQRT( LEG1**2 + LEG2**2 ) PRINT*, 'THE HYPOTENUSE IS:', HYPOT END Sample Output: ENTER THE LENGTHS OF BOTH SIDES 3. 4. THE AREA OF THE RIGHT TRIANGLE IS: 6. THE HYPOTENUSE IS:
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2009 for the course MAE 10 taught by Professor Dabdub during the Spring '09 term at UC Irvine.

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