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COMP 1210 Project 2: Interesting Formulas Page 1 of 4 COMP 1210 | Spring 2012 Page 1 of 4 Due : Monday, January 30, 2012 by 11:59 PM Deliverables: The following project files must be submitted by the due date and time specified above (see the Lab Guidelines for information on submitting project files). You should plan to start on the project not later than Wednesday in lab, and you should make sure that your files are successfully submitted to the “ungraded” assignment in Web-CAT during lab on Wednesday. Projects sent via e-mail past the deadline at 11:59 PM will not be accepted without a university-approved excuse. Files to submit to Web-CAT: HeightFormula.java Mortgage.java Overview : This week you will be writing two programs about two formulas. The first one will be a child’s adult height prediction formula and the second one will be a mortgage loan formula . Specifications: HeightFormula.java Requirements : We do know that genetic factors are of the greatest importance and influence the final adult height the most. And after having studied thousands of children and their parents, the following formula has been developed by European Scientists to assist in figuring out if growth is on track to reach that "genetic potential." Height of Boy = (Height of Dad + Height of Mom×1.08) ÷ 2 Height of Girl = (Height of Dad × 0.923 + Height of Mom) ÷ 2 According to the actual situation in America, scientists changed the coefficient of the

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