Exercise 01v2 (1).docx - Tutorial 01 – One Dimensional Array 1 Given the declaration double sales[5 = 40.5 65.5 70.0 98.0 32.5 The following statement

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Tutorial 01 – One Dimensional Array 1.Given the declaration:double sales[5] = { 40.5, 65.5, 70.0, 98.0, 32.5 };The following statementsales[4] = sales[1] + sales[2];updates the content of the array element from A.98.0 to 106.0 B.32.5 to 98.0 C.98.0 to 70.0 D.32.5 to 135.5 2.According to the following declaration, which statement(s) is/are TRUE?int list[7];i.The array consists of 7 element with the last index is 7ii.To access the third element, its syntax is list[2];iii.To initialize ALLthe elements with 1, use the following code:for(int i=0; i<=7; i++)list[i] = 1;iv.To go through each element in the array, the looping will start the index with 0 and end it with 6 3.What is the last index for an array size 100?

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4. Given the following a set of values in Table 1. Table 1: Integer values Set a) Declare and initialize a one- dimensional array to store the given values in Table1. int integer[20]={ 10 13 -23 -5 15 55 60 40 -20 -75 45 -1 35 44 89 -90 40 11 -21 -100}; b) Display and count the negative values in the array.
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