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# CSC326 Lab Assignment 2 Solved

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## Problem 1:

In this problem, we are interested in finding the Body Mass Index (BMI) that
be computed based on the height h in cm and the weight w in kg as follows:
BMI =
w(kg)
h(cm) · h(cm)
· 10000 (1)

## Write a C program that:

1. Scans from the user one real number (float) indicating the weight w in
kg and one integer indicating the height h in cm.
2. Checks if w and h are positive and display an error message and exit
in case any of the numbers is zero or negative as shown in the sample
input/output 1 and 2 below.
3. Compute the BMI and display a message indicating if the person is ”underweight” (i.e.: BMI< 18.5), ”normal weight” (i.e.: 18.5 ≤BMI≤ 24.9)
or ”overweight” (BMI> 24.9) as shown in the sample input/output 3 and
4 below.
Sample input/output 1:
Enter the weight in kg:
10
Enter the height in cm:
-5
Error: The weight and height should not be negative or equal to 0.
Sample input/output 2:
Enter the weight in kg:
0
Enter the height in cm:
1
165

Error: The weight and height should not be negative or equal to 0.
Sample input/output 3:
Enter the weight in kg:
65.5
Enter the height in cm:
157
BMI= 26.6 ==> Overweight
Sample input/output 4:
Enter the weight in kg:
50
Enter the height in cm:
170
BMI=17.3 ==> Underweight
• Submit your solution in a file called ”Problem1.c”.

## Problem 2:

Write a C program that takes 6 integers from the command line and computes
the following:
1. The average of the even integers greater than 10
2. The average of the odd integers greater than 10
3. The average of all the integers greater than 10
Your program should display an ”ERROR!” if the user enters less than 6
integers.
Sample input/output 1:
12 3 60 13 21 33
The number of the odd integers >= 10 is : 3
The average of the odd integers >= 10 is : 22.33
The number of the even integers >= 10 is : 2
The average of the even integers >= 10 is : 36.00
The average of all the integers is : 35.50
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Sample input/output 2:
22

ERROR!!
• Submit your solution in a file called ”Problem2.c”.

## Problem 3:

Write a C program that scans an integer x from the user and implements a
function void Modify(int *) that modifies the input integer x by replacing its
value by its cube. Your function should change the value of x in the main.
Sample input/output:
Please enter an integer x: 2
Before ==> x =2
After ==> x=8
• Submit your solution in a file called ”Problem3.c”.

## Problem 4:

In this problem, we are interested in finding right triangles. In general, a
triangle is a right triangle if the square of the hypotenuse c is equal to the
sum of the squares of the other two sides a and b, i.e. c
2 = a
2 + b
2
. Write
a program that displays all the right triangles having the sides a, b and c
ranging between 1 and 30.
Sample input/output:
(3, 4, 5)
(5, 12, 13)
(6, 8, 10)
(7, 24, 25)
(8, 15, 17)
(9, 12, 15)
(10, 24, 26)
(12, 16, 20)
(15, 20, 25)
(20, 21, 29)
• Submit your solution in a file called ”Problem4.c”.
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## Problem 5:

Write a C program that prompts the user to enter N integers and checks
whether there exist four consecutive integers multiple of 5. Accordingly, your
program should:
• Prompt the user to enter N the number of integers in the list (greater
than four and less than 20)
• Prompt the user to enter the N integers and check if there exist four
consecutive integers multiple of 5.
• After the user enters the N integers, your program should display a
message indicating whether there exist four consecutive integers multiple
of 5 as shown below.

In this problem, you are required to submit two solutions (1) without using
arrays and (2) with arrays Hint: For (1), you need to keep record of the last
four integers entered by the user. Accordingly, you need to track the number
entered at iteration i, the previous numbers entered i − 1, i − 2 and i − 3.
Note: If you need to use variables of type ”bool”, you need to add ” #include <stdbool.h>”.
Sample input/output 1:
Please enter N the number of integers in the list:
7
1 5 15 25 30 23 6
Four consecutive integers multiple of 5? YES
Sample input/output 2:
Please enter N the number of integers in the list:
6
2 5 10 15 88 5
Four consecutive integers multiple of 5? NO
• Submit your solutions in two files called ”Problem5withArray.c” and ”Problem5withoutArray.c”.
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