Given an array temps of double, containing temperature data, and an int variable n that contains the number of elements in temps: Compute the average temperature and store it in a variable called avgTemp. Besides temps, n, and avgTemp, you may use only two other variables — an int variable k and a double variable total, which have been declared.

Given an array temps of double, containing temperature data, and an int variable n that contains the number of elements in temps: Compute the average temperature and store it in a variable called avgTemp. Besides temps, n, and avgTemp, you may use only two other variables — an int variable k and a double variable total, which have been declared.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Given an array temps of double, containing temperature data, and an int variable n that contains the number of elements in temps:

Compute the average temperature and store it in a variable called avgTemp.

Besides temps, n, and avgTemp, you may use only two other variables — an int variable k and a double variable total, which have been declared.

SOLUTION:


total=0;
for (k=0; k<n; k++) {
total += temps[k];
}
avgTemp =total/n;

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