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At the end of data entry print what has been entered. Using the formula A=Squareroot(s*(s-a)*(s-b)*(s-c)) compute area of the triangle. S = (a+b+c)/ 2, and a, b, and c are sides of the triangle 1. h 7. d 13. False 2. b 8. True 14. True Solutions to Objective Questions 3. d 4. c 5. a 9. false 10. True 11. c 15. True 6. b 12. 1 INTRODUCTION We have a problem on hand of finding maximum of three numbers using a computer and C language. For this problem to be executed by a computer, you will need C compiler and a C program to get us the result.

Note that we have left blank for size of the array. 9 EXPRESSIONS An expression can comprise any one of the following a) A single character or a number. b) A single constant or a variable. c) A combination of variables or constants , inter connected by operators. d) A logical condition that is true (value 1) and false (value 0). c A program to compute roots of a quadratic equation. h> // for square root function // function prototype void FindRoot(float a , float b , float c); void main() { // declare three variables as double precision numbers int a,b,c; // obtain the coefficients printf(“\nenter coefficiants of x^2 , x , and constant:”); scanf(“%f %f %f ”,&a,&b,&c); // Call FindRoot function.

3b, to demonstrate the one to one correspondence between the algorithm and flow chart. Further note that a well developed algorithm and flow chart greatly simplifies writing of the C code and further testing. From the basics you have learnt from chapter 1, we can convert above algorithm and flow chart in to a C code. h> /* declaration of Function prototype. Function FindMax receives three arguments of type integers, find out maximum of the three numbers and returns this maximum value to main function*/ int FindMax(int a, int b, int c); void main() { int a,b,c; int max; // maximum of three numbers // get input data a, b, c from the user printf(“enter values of a, b, c \n”); scanf(“%d%d%d”, &a, &b, &c); // call the function.

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