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Assume you are working at Healthy Food company. Your job is to
receive food delivery from the company suppliers.

You are given a task to receive boxes containing Apple juice.
Each box contains a varying number of juice bottles inside.

The delivery person is to bring all the boxes, one at a time,
and give you a count of juice bottles in each box. Your job is to
write the number of juice bottle in each box. Once all the boxes
are delivered you are required to calculate an average of juice
bottles per box.

Please write an algorithm to complete this task.

**According to the question let us make some
assumptions:-**

- Let the delivery boy delivered all the boxes containing apple juice bottles.
- Let the number of apple juice bottles in each box is stored in a one dimensional array of size n, where n denotes the number of boxes delivered by the supplier.

**The complete algorithm of the given problem is as
follows:-**

CountBottles (box[], n)

- initialize variables int i, float sum=0.0,avg
- for i=1 to number of boxes (n)
- print "Box " i "contains" box[i] "bottles"
- sum = sum+box[i]

- end loop
- avg=sum/n
- print "average of juice bottles per box is: " avg

**The implementation of above algorithm using C code is as
follows:-**

#include<stdio.h>

void CountBottles(int box[],int n)

{

int i;

float avg,sum=0;

for(i=0;i<n;i++)

{

printf("\nBox %d contains %d bottles",i+1,box[i]);

sum=sum+box[i];

}

avg=sum/n;

printf("\naverage of juice bottles per box is: %f", avg);

}

int main()

{

int box[5]={8,7,9,7,9};

CountBottles(box,5);

return 0;

}

**The output of the above code is as
follows:-**

Box 1 contains 8 bottles

Box 2 contains 7 bottles

Box 3 contains 9 bottles

Box 4 contains 7 bottles

Box 5 contains 9 bottles

average of juice bottles per box is: 8.000000

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