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# Complete the code provided to add the appropriate amount to totalDeposit. #include <iostream> using namespace std;...

Complete the code provided to add the appropriate amount to totalDeposit.

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main() {

int totalDeposit = 0;

int usrInput = 0;

cin >> usrInput;

totalDeposit = totalDeposit + 25;

}

/* Your solution goes here */

else {

cout << "Invalid coin selection." << endl;

}

cout << "totalDeposit: " << totalDeposit << endl;

return 0;

}

Note - I only need the part where it says -- your solution goes here. Thank you very much for the help. C++ program

## Solutions

##### Expert Solution

totalDeposit = totalDeposit+10;

}

totalDeposit = totalDeposit+5;

}

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