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(a) Determine the average speed for the trip.
(b) Determine the total distance traveled.
Aqueous lead (II) acetate reacts with aqueous lithium sulfate.
angle is bisected.
24. m∠B = 48°
Substances used in fireworks
substances used fire extinguishers
substances used in " green" cleaning products
synthetic fertilizers used in residential lawns and gardens
substances used in drive-through car washes
subs used as packing chips
subs released from any industrial site into the soil, air, or water (choose one specific industry
f(x) = x ( 1 – x + 3x²)
f(x) = (4x-2x^2+6)/2x
DNKSKCVN Fleming 7815 7 -2259.72 515.66 -1206.75 -1719.6 -496.2 -286.42 -2480.93
QYKHJ5BW Marshall 9338 3 -1636.57 -3730.67 -3354.4
WC4LNYYE Wolfe 9688 4 -2779.78 -2582.22 -1933.05 1326.53
GCM6DAJV Bradley 1000 6 882.14 -1789.18 606.03 -500.58 -42.01 -156.4
QANNECYP Miles 4562 1 -3051.11
You are to determine the balance of each customer and then determine the status of the account as either "OK" or "OVERDRAWN". The output consists of the account ID, name, new balance, and the status. For example, the data above produces the output:
DNKSKCVN Fleming -118.96 OVERDRAWN
QYKHJ5BW Marshall 616.36 OK
WC4LNYYE Wolfe 3719.48 OK
GCM6DAJV Bradley 0.00 OK
QANNECYP Miles 1510.89 OK
Use a character array of size 9 for the account ID (character arrays will be discussed in class)
Use a character array of size 9 for the name
You can use string copy if needed (http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/cstring/strcpy/), but it can be done without
Use file input with fscanf similar to how we discussed in class
Use a while loop to process the set of customers
Use a for loop to read in transaction values, updating the balance in the process
Use if-else to determine the account status
Output the values using printf similar to how we discussed in class
Reserve 8 9 characters for the id
Reserve 8 9 characters for the name
Reserve 8.2 places for the balance
Should not have to reserve any for the status
Remember to use spacing and other good programming practices, and to include comment similar to your previous assignments
find P.E at maximum height
find K.E when it hits the grond