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Exam1ReviewSolution_36555[1] - Exam 1 COSC140 Review 1....

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Exam 1 COSC140 Review 1. Convert each of the following mathematical formulas to a C++ expression. 3 * x 3 * x+y (x+y)/7 (3 * x) / (z+y) x^6 2. What is the output of the following program lines when they are embedded in a correct program that declares number to be of type int? Int number = (1/3) * 3; (0) Cout<< “(1/3) * 3 is equal to “ << number; Output (1/3) * 3 is equal to 0 3. Write a C++ program that reads two whole numbers into two variables of type int and then outputs both the whole number part and the remainder when the first number is divided by the second. Int Num1; Int num2; Cin>>num1; Cin>>num2; Cout<<”The whole number part is”<<Num1/num2<<”and the remainder is”<<Num1%Num2; 4. What statements should you include in your program to ensure that when a number of type double is output, it will be ouptut in ordinary notation with three digits after the decimal point? Cout.setf(ios::showpoint); Cout.setf(ios::fixed);
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Cout.precision(3); 5. Determine the value, true or false, of each of the following Boolean expressions, assuming that the value of the variable count is 0 and the value of the variable limit is 10. Give your answer as one of the values true or false. Count =0 Limit = 10 A. (count == C. (limit > 20) || (count < 5) T D. !(count == 12) T F. (count < 10) || (x < y) T G. !( ((count < 10 || (x < y) )&& (count
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