Display what is the length of the first rectangle

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2. Display “What is the length of the first rectangle?” Input rectl1 Display “What is the width of the first rectangle?” Input rectw1 Display “What is the length of the second rectangle?” Input rectl2 Display “What is the width of the second rectangle?” Input rectw2 set rect1 = rectl1 * rectw1 set rect2 = rectl2 * rectw2 If rect1 > rect2 Then Display “The area of your first rectangle is “ , rect1, “.” Else If rect2 > rect1 Then Display “The area of your second rectangle is “ , rect2, “.” Else If rect1 == rect2 Then Display “The area of the two rectangles is the same, both of the areas are “ , rect1, “.” End If 3. Display “What is the mass of your object?” Input mass weight = mass * 9.8 If mass < 10 Then Display “Object is too light!” Else If mass > 1000 Then Display “Object is too heavy!” Else If mass > 10 AND mass < 1000 then Display “The weight of your object is “ , weight, “Newtons.” End If
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• Fall '12
• Lloyd
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