I really need help I'm student from college and I need to write a C program
a) declare two integer variables x and y
b) let x = 6
c) find y value use the following algebraic formula
y=2x (third power) + 5
I really need help I'm student from college and I need to write a C program
a) declare two integer variables x and y
b) let x = 6
c) find y value use the following algebraic formula
y=2x (third power) + 5
a) declare two integer variables x and y
b) let x = 6
c) find y value use the following algebraic formulay=2x (third power) + 5
a) int x;
int y;
b) y = 6;
c) y = 2 * (x ^3) + 5;
thank you I really apreciated your help
Alex
c) y = 2 * (x ^3) + 5;
Why do you exclusively OR x with 3? You may be interested in the pow function.
yeah, that looks like Visual Basic syntax! And, shouldn't x=6, not y=6?
So, since we've gone this far in the homework assignment (I know, we don't do homework, but since we've done it WRONG, lets at least correct it)....
x=6;
y=2*x*x*x+5;
(is it 2 times x to the third or 2x to the third?)