Problem 1: Write a function
coincount that computes the dollar value of a number of quarters, dimes, and nickels. Use it to compute the dollar value of 18 quarters, 5 dimes, and 12 nickels.
Problem 2: Write a function
hms2decimal that converts a time in hours, minutes, and seconds and converts it to hours in decimal. Use it to calculate the decimal equivalent of 6 hours, 27 minutes, and 18 seconds.
Problem 3: Write a function
decimal2hms that converts a time in decimal hours to hours, minutes, and seconds. Use it to compute the hours, minute, and seconds equivalent of 18.782 hours.
Problem 4: Write a function
polar2cartesian that converts polar coordinates
r, theta to Cartesian coordinates
x,y. Use it to compute the Cartesian coordinates of
Problem 5: Write a function
cartesian2polar that converts Cartesian coordinates
x,y to polar coordinates
r, theta. Use it to compute the polar coordinates of
x=2, y=3. Hint: use the arctangent function
atan to compute
Problem 6: Are there any values of
x,y for which your function from problem 4 fails? Try these values of
(1,0), (-1,0), (0,0). Revise
cartesian2polar function to fix these the problems these examples point out using
if-else statements, so that your function gives correct
r, theta values for all
Problem 7: Write a
tempconvert function that converts a temperature in any of C, F,or K units and converts it to any desired units. The function should take a single input argument
t. It should then prompt the user for the units of
t using an
input statement, prompt again for the desired units of the output, print a statement using
fprintf of the form
67 F is equivalent to 292.594 K (where the numbers and units depend on the input values), and then return the numerical value of the temperature in the desired output units. If the input temperature is below absolute value, the program should print an error message and return absolute zero in the desired units.