hw4 - CS16 W11 UCSB LabHW4 Worth 50 of Lab04 score(50 total...

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CS16, W11, UCSB LabHW4: Worth 50% of Lab04 score (50 total points) Print this form, staple loose pages together, and write your answers on it. Accepted: on paper, at the *beginning* of *your* lab section on Thursday, February 3. Place on the front desk as you walk in, before getting seated. No email submission allowed. Name (2 pts): ______________________________________ Umail (2 pts): ______________________@umail.ucsb.edu Lab Section (2 pts) Circle one: 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 Read the rest of Etter Chapter 3, especially sections 3.4 (Loop Structures) and 3.6 (Data Files). You may skim through sections 3.7 and 3.8, but do learn about summation notation (p. 129) and carefully examine the program developed on pp. 133-136. Then answer the following items. 1. (24 pts; 8 pts each) Solve the following problem three different ways, by first applying a while loop, then a do/while loop, and finally a for loop. The problem is to find the sum of all integers from m through n. For example, if m is 4 and n is 7, this sum is 4+5+6+7 = 22. You may assume that m will always be
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course CMPSC 16 taught by Professor Costanzo during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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