Substitution model, C/C++ Programming

(a) Write a procedure called (mult x y) that multiplies two numbers x and y in a recursive manner using successive addition. Specifically, note that a x b = a + a + .... + a (b times).

(b) Using the substitution model, and applicative order evaluation, show how (mult 3 2) works.

 

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