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Assignment 3:
———— Points: 10
Purpose: Do some computations.

Description:

Create a C program that reads in three integer values
representing the height, depth and width of a rectangular
prism/box/cube. Compute the following results using those three
values:

Areas:
– Surface area of the top
– Surface area of the front face
– Surface area of an end
– Surface area of the entire prism

Category:
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Assignment 3:
———— Points: 10
Purpose: Do some computations.

Description:

Create a C program that reads in three integer values
representing the height, depth and width of a rectangular
prism/box/cube. Compute the following results using those three
values:

Areas:
– Surface area of the top
– Surface area of the front face
– Surface area of an end
– Surface area of the entire prism

Perimeters:
– of the bottom
– of the front face
– of an end

Volume:
– of the prism

Chord:
– diagonal distance across the prism. That is: the
single chord that crosses the prism from
left-to-right, top-to-bottom, and front-to-back.

Notes:
—–
– Before coding:
– Be sure you understand the problem
– Draw a picture and label it
– Figure out the formulas/computations for each of the
values to be computed
– Create an “answer key” with at least three different sets
of input values, and the correct solutions, that you can
use to verify that your program is working properly
– Read the three integer input values in the order they were
first mentioned above: height, depth, width.
– Print the results in the order listed above.

– Do as much integer math as possible. (Since the inputs are
integers, almost all the results will also be integers.)

– Nicely format and label your output.

– Gradually develop your program in steps:
– Read in your inputs and print them out to confirm
you are reading them in correctly
– Compute just one of the computed values
– Use your “answer key” to check your work
– Add additional computations one at a time
– Use your “answer key” to check your work
– Ask about any of the math you are not sure of

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