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(e) Compute the area (A) and the volume (V) of a sphere with
radius R=1.0, R=1.2, R=1.4, .
.. , R=4.0 .
Define PI by using #define and use a forloop to repeat
calculations for different values of R. (Use PI=3.14159265359
and recall the elementary formulas A=4.0*PI*R*R and
V=4.0*PI*R*R*R/3.0).
For each sphere, print in one line
Radius = "number"
Area = "number"
Volume = "number"
Use the output specifier %4.1f for R, and %7.3f for A and V.
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Unformatted text preview: /* My Homework 2 */ #include <stdio.h> #define PI 3.14159265359 int main (void) { printf("\n"); printf ("Part I:\n\n"); int a=52, b=7, c; c=a%b; printf("%d modulo %d = %d \n",a,b,c); printf("\n"); printf("Part II:\n\n"); int k; double R,V,A; for(k=0; k<=15; k++) { R = k/5.0 + 1.0; A = 4.0*PI*R*R; V = 4.0/3.0*PI*R*R*R; printf ("Radius = %4.1f Area = %7.3f Volume = %7.3f \n",R,A,V); } }...
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2008 for the course MAE 9 taught by Professor Lubarda during the Fall '07 term at UCSD.
 Fall '07
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