## SammyHasibi

``````#include <stdio.h>
int function1(int a)
{
return(a*a*a);
}
int function2(int b)
{
int i;
int sum = 0;
for (i=1; i<=b; i++)
sum += function1(i);
return(sum);
}
int main ()
{
int n, result;
printf("Enter n\n");
scanf("%d", &n);

result = function2(n);
printf("Result = %d\n", result);

system("pause");
return(0);
}``````

Explain what the following program computes.
The following program implements 2 functions. . . function1 computes the cube of the integer a and function 2 sums the the cubes from 1 to n.
What does function1 compute?
Function1 computes the cube for an individual number.
What does function2 compute?
Function2 computes the sum of cubes (or function1) from 1 to n.
What will be the value of result at the end of the program?
The sum of the cubes from 1 to n.

Is there a more elegant, economical way to say this?:eek:

## easy

The sum of the cubes from 1 to n.

thats all i would say

## SammyHasibi

thats all i would say

Thanks, I always try to elaborate my answers & I get shot down for not simplifying.

thanks