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Read the function definitions of the two functions: “compute_st_ave” and “compute_quiz_ave”. Write a function that calculates...

Read the function definitions of the two functions: “compute_st_ave” and “compute_quiz_ave”.

Write a function that calculates the average of student averages. (Student averages are stored in st_ave [5] array). Include a statement to print this average on the screen.

Declare this function above the “main” function where other functions are declared.

In the main program, invoke this function.

//Reads quiz scores for each student into the two-dimensional array grade //(but the input code is not shown in this display). Computes the average //score for each student and the average score for each quiz. Displays //the quiz scores and the averages.

#include “stdafx.h”

#include <iostream>

#include <iomanip>

const int NUMBER_STUDENTS = 5, NUMBER_QUIZZES = 3;

void compute_st_ave(const int grade[][NUMBER_QUIZZES], double st_ave[]);

//Precondition: Global constants NUMBER_STUDENTS and NUMBER_QUIZZES

//are the dimensions of the array grade. Each of the indexed variables

//grade[st_num-1, quiz_num-1] contains the score for student st_num on //quiz quiz_num.

//Postcondition: Each st_ave[st_num-1] contains the average for student

//number stu_num.

void compute_quiz_ave(const int grade[][NUMBER_QUIZZES], double quiz_ave[]);

//Precondition: Global constants NUMBER_STUDENTS and NUMBER_QUIZZES

//are the dimensions of the array grade. Each of the indexed variables

//grade[st_num-1, quiz_num-1] contains the score for student st_num on //quiz quiz_num.

//Postcondition: Each quiz_ave[quiz_num-1] contains the average for quiz //number quiz_num.

void display(const int grade[][NUMBER_QUIZZES], const double st_ave[], const double quiz_ave[]);

//Precondition: Global constants NUMBER_STUDENTS and NUMBER_QUIZZES are //the dimensions of the array grade. Each of the indexed variables //grade[st_num-1, quiz_num-1] contains the score for student st_num on //quiz quiz_num. Each st_ave[st_num-1] contains the average for student //stu_num. Each quiz_ave[quiz_num -1] contains the average for quiz //number quiz_num.

//Postcondition: All the data in grade, st_ave, and quiz_ave has been //output.

int main( )

{

    using namespace std;

    int grade[NUMBER_STUDENTS][NUMBER_QUIZZES];

    double st_ave[NUMBER_STUDENTS];

    double quiz_ave[NUMBER_QUIZZES];

//The code for filling the array grade goes here.

    for (int st_num = 1; st_num <= NUMBER_STUDENTS; st_num++)

    {

        for (int quiz_num = 1; quiz_num <= NUMBER_QUIZZES; quiz_num++)

            {cout << “Enter the grade [” << st_num <<”][“<<quiz_num<< “]              

            =”;

            cin >> grade[st_num -1][quiz_num -1];

            }   

    }

    compute_st_ave(grade, st_ave);

    compute_quiz_ave(grade, quiz_ave);

    display(grade, st_ave, quiz_ave);

    system (“pause”);

    return 0;

}

void compute_st_ave(const int grade[][NUMBER_QUIZZES], double st_ave[])

{

    for (int st_num = 1; st_num <= NUMBER_STUDENTS; st_num++)

    {//Process one st_num:

        double sum = 0;

        for (int quiz_num = 1; quiz_num <= NUMBER_QUIZZES; quiz_num++)

            sum = sum + grade[st_num -1][quiz_num -1];

        //sum contains the sum of the quiz scores for student number       

        //st_num.

        st_ave[st_num -1] = sum/NUMBER_QUIZZES;

        //Average for student st_num is the value of st_ave[st_num-1]

    }

}

void compute_quiz_ave(const int grade[][NUMBER_QUIZZES], double quiz_ave[])

{

    for (int quiz_num = 1; quiz_num <= NUMBER_QUIZZES; quiz_num++)

   {//Process one quiz (for all students):

        double sum = 0;

        for (int st_num = 1; st_num <= NUMBER_STUDENTS; st_num++)

            sum = sum + grade[st_num -1][quiz_num -1];

        //sum contains the sum of all student scores on quiz number

        //quiz_num.

        quiz_ave[quiz_num -1] = sum/NUMBER_STUDENTS;

        //Average for quiz quiz_num is the value of quiz_ave[quiz_num-1]

    }

}

//Uses iostream and iomanip:

void display(const int grade[][NUMBER_QUIZZES],

                        const double st_ave[], const double quiz_ave[])

{

    using namespace std;

    cout.setf(ios::fixed);

    cout.setf(ios::showpoint);

    cout.precision(1);

    cout << setw(10) << "Student"

         << setw(5) << "Ave"

         << setw(15) << "Quizzes\n";

    for (int st_num = 1; st_num <= NUMBER_STUDENTS; st_num++)

    {//Display for one st_num:

        cout << setw(10) << st_num

             << setw(5) << st_ave[st_num-1] << " ";

        for (int quiz_num = 1; quiz_num <= NUMBER_QUIZZES; quiz_num++)

            cout << setw(5) << grade[st_num -1][quiz_num -1];

        cout << endl;

    }

    cout << "Quiz averages = ";

    for (int quiz_num = 1; quiz_num <= NUMBER_QUIZZES; quiz_num++)

        cout << setw(5) << quiz_ave[quiz_num -1];

    cout << endl;

}

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Important considerations:

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4. The curly braces for the if-else statement blocks are located in separate lines for uniformity.

Given the following skeleton, please add the missing instructions

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// TODO Auto-generated method stub

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double height;

double bmi;

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String stHeight = "Enter your height (inches) ";

String stBMI = "Your BMI is ";

String stOver = "You are considered Overweight";

String stOptimal = "You have optimal weight";

String stUnder = "You are considered Underweight";

Fill in: ALL OF THE BLANKS HAVE TO BE FILLED IN!!

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System.out.println(stWeight);
System.out.println(stHeight);

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//Overweight

//Optimal Weight

//Underweight

}

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H for the reaction is -2837 kj/mole.

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B: Write an expressin for the equilibruim constant is very large, would you expect this reaction to be fast or slow?

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if the number is divisible by n2, increase count by 2
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Attributes :

          Customer

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          Inventory

  • Book_ID: Key identifier, required, simple single valued

  • Book_Name: Key identifier, required, simple, single-valued

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         Transaction

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The following information is available for Gonzalez Manufacturing Company for the month ending July 31, 2016:

Cost of goods manufactured $254,840
Selling expenses 85,130
Administrative expenses 45,000
Sales 542,210
Finished goods inventory, July 1 61,270
Finished goods inventory, July 31 55,850

For the month ended July 31, 2016, determine Gonzalez's (a) cost of goods sold, (b) gross profit, and (c) net income.

Labels & Amount descriptions

Finished goods inventory, July 1, 2016

Finished goods inventory, July 31, 2016

Sales

Selling Expenses

Cost of finished goods available for sale

Cost of goods manufactured

Cost of goods sold

Gross profit

Administrative expenses

Net Income

Less administrative expenses

Less Finished goods inventory, July 1, 2016

Less Finished goods inventory, July 31, 2016

  1. (a)

    Gonzalez Manufacturing Company
    Cost of Goods Sold
    July 31, 2016
    $
    $
    $

    (b)

    Gonzalez Manufacturing Company
    Gross Profit
    July 31, 2016
    $
    $

    (c)

    Gonzalez Manufacturing Company
    Net Income
    July 31, 2016
    $_________
    Operating expenses:
    $ ______
    ______
    Total operating expenses ______
    $______   

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