Question

IN C LANGUAGE

This program initially reads two integers from standard input: (1) an integer T and (2) a positive integer N. It then reads N integers and counts the numbers that are greater than T and the numbers than are less than T. It then prints out these two counts.

Example

What is the threshold value? 7 How many values? 5 Enter 5 values: 6 7 9 9 8 3 values are greater than 7 1 values are less than 7

Notes

- All input will be valid.
- The grader is checking if your output ends with: "X values are greater than T" followed by "Y values are less than T"

Answer #1

(Write in C++)
Write a program that reads in two numbers and, if the
input is valid, outputs 2 times the product of the integers that
lie between the two values (including the values themselves). If
either number is not an integer, or if the first number is not less
than the second number, just output an error message. The sample
runs below should give the idea. User inputs are in bold. Important
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/*C PROGRAMMING: HOW TO INSERT ERROR BELOW CODE?
QUESTION: This program reads integers from standard
input. The first
integer indicates the number of values that will follow.
Read that many values, and return their sum, ignoring any
additional values that may follow. However, if there
are
fewer integers than specified in the input, print "Error"
and terminate.
Hint:
int n, success;
...
success = scanf("%d", &n); // FIRST INTEGER INPUT
reads an integer from stdin, returning 1 if the integer...

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begins with an integer indicating the number of integers that
follow.
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5 10 5 3 21 2
the output is:
2 3
You can assume that the list of integers will have at least 2
values.
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You may assume without checking that when the user is supposed
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product
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10
11 56 92 10 5 42 7 1 33 99
The program should start by reading one integer, which indicates
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odd.
2. Give an indirect proof that if 2n 3 + 3n + 4 is odd, then n
is odd.
3. Give a proof by contradiction that if 2n 3 + 3n + 4 is odd,
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