hw05 - CS 159 Spring 2011 HW #05 5 Points Possible Due:...

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CS 159 – Spring 2011 HW #05 – 5 Points Possible Due: March 28, 2011 at 11:00pm Problem: Given a range of integers, find all prime numbers in that range. For each prime number, other than the first and last found in the range, determine if it is a balanced, weak, or strong prime number. A balanced prime number is one that is equal to the average of the prime number that comes before it and the one that comes after it. A weak prime number is less than that average and a strong prime number is greater. Do not permit the user to enter negative values for the starting range value. Do not permit the user to enter an ending value that is less than the first. As with all input validation expectations, the user should be given an unlimited number of chances to meet our input requirements. In this class we DO NOT validate data types. You may safely assume that all input will be integers. You will NOT need a data type that can store a value larger than an int for this assignment. Example Execution #1: Enter starting range value: 0 Enter ending range value: 25 Prime numbers: 2 3 is a balanced prime. 5 is a balanced prime. 7 is a weak prime. 11 is a strong prime. 13 is a weak prime. 17 is a strong prime. 19 is a weak prime. 23 Example Execution #2: Enter starting range value: 450 Enter ending range value: 475 Prime numbers: 457 461 is a strong prime. 463 is a weak prime.
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course CS 159 taught by Professor Crum during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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