final1.c

# final1.c - /niamh brennan/3.27.18/CIS126 final part...

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//niamh brennan //3.27.18 //CIS126 final part 1 //calculate hypotenuse a right triangle #include<stdio.h>//Header file for input/output #include<math.h>//Header file for sqrt and pow functions //All function prototypes void populateArray(double myArray[4][3]); void print(double myArray[4][3]); double calculate(double a,double b); //main function int main() { double myArray[4][3];//declaring necessary variable double a,b,c; int i; populateArray(myArray);//calling function to populate the array printf("Before calculation:\n");//display print(myArray);//Calling the print function for(i=0;i<4;i++)//Calling the calculate function accordingly { myArray[i][2] = calculate(myArray[i][0],myArray[i][1]);//Populating the appropriate array element with the value returned for the hypotenuse } printf("After calculation:\n");//display print(myArray);//Calling the print function return 0; } double calculate(double a,double b)//Calculating the length of the hypotenuse and return it { double c=sqrt(pow(a,2)+pow(b,2)); return c; } void print(double myArray[4][3])//printing the array values with appropriate header { int i,j;

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printf("\nSide a\tSide b\tHypotenuse\n");
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• Spring '12
• DeniseCamillo
• Right triangle, Hypotenuse, #, #include, scanf

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