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UNIFIED ENGINEERING Fall 2003 I. Kristina Lundqvist Problem C16. (Unified Computers and programming) 1. An aircraft in flight is characterized by: a. Aircraft number b. Latitude c. Longitude d. Heading e. Velocity Define an Ada95 record that contains the description of an aircraft. 2. Write an Ada95 program to: a. Create an array of 10 aircraft (using user input). b. Sort the aircraft in ascending order, based on Latitude
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Unformatted text preview: c. Compute the distances between the first aircraft and all other aircraft. Turn in a hard copy of your algorithm and code listing and an electronic copy of your code. Turn in the results based on the test data provided to you. Hint : Use WGS-84 to transform the latitudinal and longitudinal separation into nautical miles....
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