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C++ Program Generate two random numbers in the rage 1 to 100 and then displays these numbers along with their computed sum and product.

C++ Program

Generate two random numbers in the rage 1 to 100 and then displays these numbers along with their computed sum and product. Arithmetic expressions should be displayed as strings followed by their corresponding computed values.

The output should look like this:

First number: 12

Second number: 23

12 + 23 = 35

12 * 23 = 276


This is what i've come up with so far and now I'm lost can anyone fix this plz!


/* This program generates two random numers in the 

range of 1 to 100 and displays the computed sum and product.

*/

#include <iostream> 

#include <cstdlib> // Needed to use srand and rand

#include <ctime>  // Needed to used time

using namespace std;


int main()

{

  unsigned seed; // Random generator seed

  // Time function to get a "seed" value for srand

  seed = time(0);

  srand(seed);

  // Declaring

  int sum = 0, product = 1, num1, num2;

  // Limits range and stores value of both random numbers

  num1 = rand() % 100 + 1;

  num2 = rand() % 100 + 1;

  sum = num1 - num2 

  product = num1 * num2  

  cout << sum << product << endl;


  return 0;

}

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