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C++ EXERCISES AND MIDTERMS

# C++ EXERCISES AND MIDTERMS - Exercise...

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Exercise 51 #include "stdafx.h" #include <iostream> using namespace std; double totalcost ( int q, double u); int main () { int quantity; double unitprice, i; cout<< "Enter the quantity: " ; cin>>quantity; cout<< "Enter the unit price: " ; cin>>unitprice; i=totalcost (quantity, unitprice); cout<< "The total cost is " <<i<<endl; return 0; } double totalcost ( int q, double u) { double t; t=q*u; return t; } Exercise 52 #include "stdafx.h" #include <iostream> using namespace std; int myaddition ( int first, int second); int main () { int first, second, i; cout<< "Enter the first number: " ; cin>>first; cout<< "Enter the second number: " ; cin>>second; i=myaddition (first, second); cout<< "The sum of the two number is " <<i<<endl; return 0; } int myaddition ( int first, int second) { int sum; sum=first+second; return sum; } Exercise 53 #include "stdafx.h" #include <iostream> using namespace std;

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void myaddition ( int first, int second); int main () { int first, second; cout<< "Enter the first number: " ; cin>>first; cout<< "Enter the second number: " ; cin>>second; myaddition (first, second); return 0; } void myaddition ( int first, int second) { int sum; cout<<first<<endl; cout<<second<<endl; for ( int i=1; i<=20; i++) {sum=first+second; first=second; second=sum; cout<<sum<<endl; } } Exercise 54 #include "stdafx.h" #include <iostream> using namespace std; int integerPower( int base, int exponent); int main () { int i, base, exponent; cout<< "Enter the base: " ; cin>>base; cout<< "Enter the exponent: " ; cin>>exponent; i=integerPower(base, exponent); cout<< "The base raised to the power is " <<i<<endl; return 0; int integerPower( int base, int exponent) { int a; a=1; for ( int i=1; i<=exponent; i++) {a=a*base; } return a; } Exercise 57 #include "stdafx.h" #include <iostream>
using namespace std; int factorial ( int ); int main () { int i; i=1; factorial (i); return 0; } int factorial ( int ) { int x, i, a, b; i=1; b=1; cout<< "Enter a number: " ; cin>>x; a=x; while (i<x) {a=a*b; b=b+1; i++; } cout<< "The factorial of number is " <<a<<endl; return a; } Exercise 58 int factorial ( int ); int main () { int i; i=1; factorial (i); return 0; } int factorial ( int ) { int x, i, a, b; i=1; b=1; cout<< "Enter a number: " ; cin>>x; a=x; while (i<x) {a=a*b; b=b+1; i++; } cout<< "The factorial of number is " <<a<<endl; return a; } Exercise 59 #include "stdafx.h" #include <iostream> using namespace std;

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int smallest ( int x, int y, int z); int main () { int x, y, z, min; cout<< "Enter first value: " ; cin>>x; cout<< "Enter second value: " ; cin>>y; cout<< "Enter third value: " ; cin>>z; min=smallest (x,y,z); cout<< "The smallest value is " <<min<<endl; return 0;} int smallest ( int x, int y, int z) { int a; if (x<y) a=x; else a=y; if (a<z) a=a; else a=z; return a; } Exercise 60 #include "stdafx.h" #include <iostream> #include "math.h" using namespace std; double distance( double x1, double x2, double y1, double y2); int main () { double x1, x2, y1, y2, d; cout<< "Enter the first x coordinate: " ; cin>>x1; cout<<
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