# A first book of C++ by Gary J Bronson; Marie Lee By Gary J Bronson; Marie Lee

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Write an algorithm for converting the input items into output items. d. Test the algorithm written for Exercise 1c using the following sample data: half dollars 0, quarters 17, dimes 24, nickels 16, and pennies 12. 1c 33 1/18/11 10:43 AM 34 Getting Started 2. (Practice) A C++ program is required to calculate the value of distance, in miles, given this relationship: distance = average - speed × time a. b. c. d. For this programming problem, how many outputs are required? How many inputs does this problem have?

B. c. d. 3, μ = 80, and s = 4. For this programming problem, how many outputs are required? How many inputs does this problem have? Write an algorithm for converting the input items into output items. Test the algorithm written for Exercise 8c, using the data given in the problem. 9. (Practice) The equation describing exponential growth is as follows: y = ex a. b. c. d. 1c 35 Using this equation, a C++ program is required to calculate the value of y. For this programming problem, how many outputs are required?