Posted by **Febby-1** on Thursday, April 12, 2007 at 12:53pm.

Please do help in providing solution to this question, thanks:

Write a Fortran program that requests for three numbers from the keyboard, subtracts 48 from their sum and then divides the result by 6 before sending the output to the screen.In the input statement, let the program use the following specification for the three numbers: length is 8, decimal places are 3. The output should be unformatted.

This should be fairly straight forward.

Your program will do the following steps:

1) Ask the user to type in 3 numbers. It would be easier to have them enter them in 3 different input fields.

2) Add the numbers together to get the sum.

3) Subtract 48 from the number. Enter that amount as the new variable.

4) Divide the variable by 6 then use the Print command to show it on the screen and use those length and decimal place restrictions on it...however that is done in Fortran.

Matt

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