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# Fe nce this function outputs the power series final

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Unformatted text preview: reviousSum = 0.0; nbrLoops = 0; sum = x; powerOfX = x; while (previousSum < sum) { nbrLoops++; previousSum = sum; powerOfX *= x; sum += powerOfX; } return; } This function has thre param te e e rs. Thefirst param te is thevaluee re by theuse which won't be e r nte d r, change in this function, so it's passe by value d d . These cond and third param te arevalue be calculate in this e rs s ing d function; the ne de in thecalling function, so the passe by y're e d y're d re re . fe nce // This function outputs the power series final value, as // // well as the number of iterations required to obtain it. // void outputResults(double result, int iterations) { cout.setf(ios::fixed); cout.setf(ios::showpoint); cout.precision(8); cout << "The series converges to " << result << " in " << iterations << " iterations." << endl << endl; return; } CS 140 Chapter 4 Page 11 Nested Functions #include <iostream> #include <iomanip> #include <cmath> using namespace std; Just like main, any function may contain a call to another function within its body. double queryUserForValue(); bool testValueBounds(double value); void outputWarning(double value); void generateResults(double val, double &sinVal, double &cosVal, double &logVal); void outputResults(double val, double sinVal, double cosVal, do...
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