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7.32 Write a function procedure for each of the situations described below. (a) Evaluate the algebraic formula p = log (t2 a) p = log (t2) if t2 > a if t2 a
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(b) Suppose that L1 and L2 each represent a single letter. Construct a single string containing the two letters, arranged in alphabetical order. (c) Calculate the average of two random numbers, each having a value between a and b.
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(d) Examine the sign of the number represented by the variable X. If the value of X is negative, return the string Negative; if the value of X is positive, return the string Positive; and if the value of X is zero, return the string Zero. (e) Suppose Word represents a string that is a multiletter word. Examine each of the letters and return the letter that comes first in the alphabet. Hint: Use the Len function to determine the word length, and the Mid function to examine each individual character.
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Each of the situations described below requires a reference to one of the functions defined in Prob. 7.32. Write an appropriate statement, or a sequence of statements, in each case. (a) Assign a value to q, where q is evaluated as log [(a + b)2 c] and log [(a + b)2] if (a + b)2 c [see Prob. 7.32(a)]. if (a + b)2 > c,
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(b) Suppose LC1 and LC2 each represent a lowercase letter. Form an uppercase string consisting of the two letters, arranged in alphabetical order [see Prob. 7.32(b)]. (c) Determine the average of two random numbers, each having a value between 1 and 10. Assign this result to V1. Then determine the average of two additional random numbers, each bounded between 1 and 10. Assign this result to V2. Then determine the average of V1 and V2 [see Prob. 7.32(c)].
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(d) Repeat problem (c) using only one expression to obtain the final average. (Note: In this case, the variables V1 and V2 will not be required.) (e) Determine the average of two random numbers, each having a value between 1 and 1. Then determine whether the resulting average is positive, negative, or zero. Display an appropriate message box indicating the result [see Probs. 7.32(c) and (d)].
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Write a sub procedure for each of the situations described below. (a) Examine the sign of the number represented by the variable X. If the value of X is negative, return the string Negative; if the value is positive, return the string Positive; and if the value is zero, return the string Zero [compare with Prob. 7.32(d)]. (b) Suppose a, b, c and d all represent integer arguments. If d is assigned a value of 1, rearrange the values of a, b and c into ascending order. If d = 2, rearrange a, b and c in descending order. And if d is assigned any other value, return values of 0 for a, b and c. (c) Suppose a, b, c and d all represent real, single-precision arguments. Evaluate each of the following formulas:
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Each of the situations described below requires a reference to one of the procedures defined in Prob. 7.34. Write an appropriate statement, or a sequence of statements, in each case. (a) Generate a random value bounded between 1 and 1, and determine its sign. Then display a message box indicating Negative, Positive or Zero [see Prob. 7.34(a)]. (b) Access the sub procedure written in Prob. 7.34(b) two different ways. (c) Assign two positive, single-precision values to a and b, and access the sub procedure written in Prob. 7.34(c), returning values for c and d. Then access the procedure again, supplying these values of c and d. (This will return two new values for c and d.)
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