Write statements to declare and initialize two variables : one, named element _number can hold any of the integer  values  1 through 118; the other, named atomic_weight can hold the atomic weight of the given element; atomic weights are values like 3.76.

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Write statements to declare and initialize two variables : one, named element _number can hold any of the integer  values  1 through 118; the other, named atomic_weight can hold the atomic weight of the given element; atomic weights are values like 3.76.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Write statements to declare and initialize two variables : one, named element _number can hold any of the integer  values  1 through 118; the other, named atomic_weight can hold the atomic weight of the given element; atomic weights are values like 3.76.

In the declaration, initialize the variables to the values for oxygen, which is element number 8 and has an atomic weight of 15.9994.

SOLUTION:



double oxygen = 8;
int element_number = oxygen;
oxygen = 15.9994;
double atomic_weight = oxygen;

One comment

  • Lincoln says:

    This was helpful to a degree but it will error since oxygen is already defined in double, so the program doesn’t expect it. All I did to fix it was change oxygen = 15.9994 to a comment and replace the oxygen next to atomic number to simply just 15.9994.

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