# C++

// Program: name of program

// Date Written: date you began writing the program

/* Abstract: Brief description of the program */

You can convert temperature from degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit by multiplying by 9/5 and adding 32. Write a C++ program that allows the user to enter a floating-point number representing degrees Celsius, and then displays the corresponding degrees Fahrenheit.

Algorithm (IPO chart, pseudocode or flowchart, desk check test data)

C++ program.

Screen shot of running program using test data from

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At the top of every program program file you create, put the following as comments:

// Program: name of program

// Date Written: date you began writing the program

/* Abstract: Brief description of the program */

Write a working C++ program that calculates the values of the variables x, and y using the following formulas.

x = (b2- 4ac) / 2a

y = (-b + (b2- 4ac)) / 2a

For simplicity, assume a, b, and c are integers.

Prompt the user for initial values for a, b and c.
Accept values from user for a, b and c.
Choose appropriate data type for x and y.
Calculates the values for x and y based on user input for a, b and c and using the formulas provided.
Display the values of x and y to the user.

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