Computer Science Engineering C++ Homework, C/C++ Programming

Temperature Conversions. Problems 28 through30generate temperature-conversion
tables. Use the following equations that give relationships between temperatures in degrees
Fahrenheit (TF), degrees Celsius (TC), degrees Kelvin (TK), and degrees Rankin (TR):
TF = TR - 459. 67 degrees R
TF = (9/5) TC + 32 degrees F
TR = (9/5) TK
26. Write a program to generate a table of conversions from Fahrenheit to Celsius for
values from 0 degrees F to 100 degrees F. Print a line in the table for each 5-degree
change. Use a while loop in your solution.
27. Write a program to generate a table of conversions from Fahrenheit to Kelvin for
values from 0 degrees F to 200 degrees F. Allow the user to enter the increment in
degrees Fahrenheit between lines. Use a do/while loop in your solution.
28. Write a program to generate a table of conversions from Celcius to Rankin. Allow
the userto enterthe starting temperature and incrementbetween lines. Print25 lines
in the table. Use a for loop in your solution.

In the textbook, problems 26, 27, and 28 involve writing programs to perform temperature conversions. The first program for this assignment should combine the functionality of these three problems. Start by prompting the user to enter "1" if they want to convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius (problem 26), "2" to convert from Fahrenheit to Kelvin (problem 27), or "3" to convert from Celsius to Rankin (problem 28). If the user types something other than 1, 2 or 3, you should prompt them again. (Hint this is a good place for a loop.) Once the user enters a valid reponse then you should branch to the appropriate section of code. A response of 1 should cause you to branch to the code that solves problem 26. A response of 2 should cause you to branch to the code that solves problem 27. Finally a response of 3 should cause you to branch to the code that solves problem 28. Make sure that in the case of the code that addresses problems 27 and 28 that you get user input as indicated in the description of these problems on page 178 of the textbook.
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