## sara9111 -26

How i solve this problem ?? i try, but i don't know wts the wrong??

A.Write the defintion of function one so that it returns the sum of x and y if x greater than y, it sholud return x mines 2 times y.
B.Write the defintion of function two sa fllos: 1.read a number and stor it in z. 2.Update the value of z by adding the value of a to its previous value.
3.Assign the varable first the value returned by function one with parameters 6 and 8. 4.Update the value of first by adding the value of x to its pervious value.
5.If the value of z is more thab twice the value of first. return z; otherwise return 2 times first mines z.
C.Write a c++ program that tests parts a and b. (Declear additional varables in the function main, if necessary).

``````# include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int one (int x, int y)
double two (int x, double a)

int main ()

{
int num;
double dec;

cout<<"please enter two integers numbers: ";
cin>>x>>y;

cout<<"please enter a double number: ";
cin>>a;

num = int one (int x, int y);

dec = double two (int x, double a);

first = int one (int x=6, int y=8)

return 0;
}

int one (int x, int y)

{
if (x > y)
return x + y;

else
return x= y - 2;
}

double two (int x, double a)

{
int first;
double z;

cout<<z += a;

cout<<first += x;

if (z > first * 2)
return z;

else
return (first * 2) - z;
}``````

## wildgoose 420

``````//Write the defintion of function one so that it returns the sum of x and y if x greater than y, it sholud return x mines 2 times y.
int one (int x, int y)

{
//   if (x > y)
if (x <= y)
return x + y;
else
//      return x= y - 2;
return (x - 2) * y;
}``````

I suggest you recompare the instructions to your functions!

## Hiroshe 499

Look up how to make and use functions.
By the way, use code tags in your post.
Good luck.

## jesseb07 64

you will also need to define x, y, a, and first before you can use them in main()