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#question.College life is tough. Eating pizza for every meal is hitting you hard. You are looking at working out to stay healthy. You found a web site that tells you how many calories each exercise burns. As a part of your planning, you need to determine how long it will take you to burn off your lunch. A normal 14 inch pepperoni pizza has 2480 calories with 310 calories per slice.
For this part of the assignment, you will be using the Ch command-line interface. Use the instructions given at the end of this portion of the assignment to prepare your work for submission.
• Declare four floating point variable called Calories, Time, CPH and Slices.
float Calories, Time, CPH, Slices;
• Write an input statement for CPH and then (at the prompt) enter the value representing the average calories per hour the exercise burns.
cin >> CPH;
• Write an input statement for Time and then (at the prompt) enter the value representing the total time you worked out.
• Calculate the total amount of calories burned.
Calories = Time * CPH;
• Calculate the total number of pizza slices you could eat if you worked out for 2 hours.
Slices = (CPH * 2)/310;
• Output the total calories burned and number of slices you can eat.

cout << “The total calories burned are ” << Calories << “ calories.” << endl;
cout << “The number of pizza slice you may eat are ” << Slices << endl;

• Submission instructions for assignment 9a:

o Once you have completed all of the steps above and with the command-line interface open on your screen, press the “Print Screen” key on the keyboard.

o Now, open Paint and use the CTRL+V key combination to paste the captured image into Paint.

o Save the image file as lab9a.jpg (Use JPEG as the file type).

Lab 8b: Program Mode
• Open Notepad
• The first line must be a comment statement. Include your name in the comment.
• Save the file as Remember to save your work frequently.
• Type the include statement that is needed to facilitate input/output capabilities.
• The beginning of your code starts with the following statement: main ( ) {
• Enter your code after the opening curly bracket. Your code should contain the statements to do the following. Remember to close each line of code below with a semicolon.
o Declare four floating point variable called CPH, Time, Calories, and Slices.
o Output a short phrase asking for the user’s calories per hour the exercise burns.
o Input the calories per hour.
o Output a short phrase asking for the total timed the user worked out.
o Input the time.
o Calculate the total calories burned during the workout and the total pizzas you can eat.
o Output the computed calories burned and number of pizzas you can eat.

• End your program code with the closing curly bracket.
• To execute your program, type ./filename in the Ch command-line interface (dot forward-slash filename; the ch extension is not needed here)

• If you have error messages, note the cause of error indicated in each message and change your code to fix the problem(s).

• To make changes to your program, move back into Notepad, change the code, and save the file.
• To run the program again, move back to the Ch window and use the up-arrow key to move the command ./filename to the current line.
Posted Date: 11/19/2012 2:38:30 PM | Location : United States

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