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labprog8-2010

# labprog8-2010 - numbers read from the...

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Swinburne University School of Engineering and Science HES1300 Robotics & Mechatronics Project 1 Laboratory assignment 8: Similar to week 7, write a program (using arrays) that reads 5 inputs from a keyboard (floating point numbers). Then, write separate functions to print the mean, the maximum, the minimum and the standard deviation of those values in a simple table. Pay particular attention to the way different functions communicate with each other using arrays. Standard deviation of a series of n numbers (x i s) with mean of μ is given by: A simple implementation of the average function is as follows. /* This program finds the average, the largest, the smallest and the median of the five floating point
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Unformatted text preview: numbers read from the keyboard. */ #include<stdio.h> /* Prototype declarations */ float myAverage(float inputs); int main() { float inputs[5],avg; int i; for(i=1;i<=5;i++) { printf("Enter the number %d\n",i); scanf("%f",&inputs[i-1]); } avg = myAverage(inputs); printf("The average of the given values is: %f \n",avg); return(0); } /* This function adds all the inputs and returns the average. Input: An array of float with 5 elements Output: average of the 5 input numbers. The function returns a floating point value. */ float myAverage(float inputs) { float temp=0.0; int i; for(i=0;i<5;i++) { temp += inputs[i]; } return (temp/5.0); } 1 ) ( 1 2 n x n i i...
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