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Define a derived class , ApartmentBuilding that contains four (4) data members: an integer  named  numFloors, an integer  named  unitsPerFloor, a boolean  named  hasElevator, and a boolean  named  hasCentralAir. There is a constructor  containing parameters  for the initialization  of the above variables  (in the same order as they appear above).

Define a derived class , ApartmentBuilding that contains four (4) data members: an integer  named  numFloors, an integer  named  unitsPerFloor, a boolean  named  hasElevator, and a boolean  named  hasCentralAir. There is a constructor  containing parameters  for the initialization  of the above variables  (in the same order as they appear above).

LANGUAGE: C++ CHALLENGE: Assume  the existence of a Building class . Define a derived class , ApartmentBuilding that contains four (4) data members: an integer  named  numFloors, an integer  named  unitsPerFloor, a boolean  named  hasElevator, and a boolean  named  hasCentralAir. There is a constructor  containing parameters  for the initialization  of the above variables  (in the same order...

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Define a derived class , CameraPhone that contains two data members: an integer  named , imageSize, representing the size in megapixels of each picture, and an integer  named  memorySize, representing the number of gigabytes in the camera’s memory.

Define a derived class , CameraPhone that contains two data members: an integer  named , imageSize, representing the size in megapixels of each picture, and an integer  named  memorySize, representing the number of gigabytes in the camera’s memory.

LANGUAGE: C++ CHALLENGE: Assume  the existence of a Phone class . Define a derived class , CameraPhone that contains two data members: an integer  named , imageSize, representing the size in megapixels of each picture, and an integer  named  memorySize, representing the number of gigabytes in the camera’s memory. There is a constructor  that accepts two integer  parameters ...

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Assume the existence of a BankAccount class . Define a derived class , SavingsAccount that contains two instance variables : the first a double , named interestRate, and the second an integer named interestType.

Assume  the existence of a BankAccount class . Define a derived class , SavingsAccount that contains two instance variables : the first a double , named  interestRate, and the second an integer  named  interestType.

LANGUAGE: C++ CHALLENGE: Assume  the existence of a BankAccount class . Define a derived class , SavingsAccount that contains two instance variables : the first a double , named  interestRate, and the second an integer  named  interestType. The value  of the type  variable  can be 1 for simple interest and 2 for compound interest. There is also a constructor ...

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C++ Define a class called Odometer that will track fuel and mileage for an automotive vehicle.

C++ Define a class called Odometer that will track fuel and mileage for an automotive vehicle.

LANGUAGE: C++ CHALLENGE: C++ Define a class called Odometer that will track fuel and mileage for an automotive vehicle. The class should have member variables to track the miles driven and the fuel inefficiency of the vehicle in miles per gallon. Include a mutator function to reset the odometer to zero miles, a mutator function...

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