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//test SAT
/*
void initialize (int& verbal, int& writing, int& math)
{
	verbal=0;
	writing=0;
	math=0;
}

void userInitialize (int& verbal, int& writing, int& math)
{

	cout<<"Please enter your verbal score (0-800) ";
	cin>>verbal;
	cout<<endl;

	cout<<"Please enter your writing score (0-800)";
	cin>>writing;
	cout<<endl;

	cout<<"Please enter your math score (0-800)";
	cin>>math;
	cout<<endl;

}

void converts (int verbal, int writing, int math, int& newTest, int& old)
{

	
	newTest = verbal + writing + math; // not right you need to make a ratio not 
	old = newTest - 800;                       //this
}

void printResults (int verbal, int writing, int math, int newTest, int old)
{
	cout<<"you got a "<<verbal<<" on the new verbal section."<<endl;
	cout<<"you got a "<<writing<<"on the new writing section."<<endl;
	cout<<"you got a "<<math<<"on the new math section."<<endl;;
	cout<<"your total for the new SAT is "<<newTest<<"."<<endl;
	cout<<"your total on the old SAT is "<<old<<"."<<endl;
}

int main ()
{

	int verbal, writing, math, newTest, old;


	initialize (verbal, writing, math);
	userInitialize (verbal, writing, math);
	converts (verbal, writing, math, newTest, old);
	printResults (verbal, writing, math, newTest, old);

return 0;
}
*/

* Applauds *

Do you have a question? If the question is: why doesn't this work, then the answer is: because it's all comment ( /* */ )

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