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PART1 Answer the following question in a Word document named as SP2019LAB7 PART1 YourlastName.docx Question1: What is the output of the following program? #include using namespace std; int main() int count; int alpha(51: alpha[0] -4; for (count 1; count

Output will be:

List elements: 6 10 14 18 26

Explanation:

Initially given alpha[0]=4;

then for count = 1;

alpha[count]=4*count+10; //alpha[1] = 4* 1 + 10 = 14

alpha[count-1]=alpha[count]-8; //alpha[0] = alpha[1] - 8 = 14 - 8 = 6; final value of alpha[0] will be 6

for count = 2;

alpha[count]=4*count+10; //alpha[2] = 4* 2 + 10 = 18

alpha[count-1]=alpha[count]-8; //alpha[1] = alpha[2] - 8 = 18 - 8 = 10; final value of alpha[1] will be 10

for count = 3;

alpha[count]=4*count+10; //alpha[3] = 4* 3 + 10 = 22

alpha[count-1]=alpha[count]-8; //alpha[2] = alpha[3] - 8 = 22 - 8 = 14; final value of alpha[2] will be 14

Similarly we can calculate for count = 4 and count = 5 and can find alpha[3], alpha[4].

When we print the value for array alpha[5] then it will print 6 10 14 18 26

Valid calls are:

a) sum(a, b, c);

output would be: c = 15

b) sum(list1[0],list2[0], c);

output would be: c = 3

because list1[0] = 1, list2[0] = 2

c) is not valid call

It would give error

error: no matching function for call to 'sum'

d)

for(int i=1; i<3; i++)

{

sum(list1[i], list2[i], c);

cout<<"c = "<<c<<endl;

}

Output would be:

c = 5

c = 7

because sum(list1[1], list2[1], c); means sum(2, 3, c) yields c = 5

and sum(list1[2], list2[2], c); means sum(3, 4, c) yields c = 7

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