#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

float square.1 = 47;

float square.2 = 42;

float square.3 = 43;

float square.4 = 49;

{

score.1 = sqrt (4 * 2.71 *(square.1 - square.1)^2) / 4 - 1

score.2 = sqrt (4 * 2.71 *(square.2 - square.2)^2) / 4 - 1

score.3 = sqrt (4 * 2.71 *(square.3 - square.3)^2) / 4 - 1

score.4 = sqrt (4 * 2.71 *(square.4 - square.4)^2) / 4 - 1

}

mean == (score.1 + score.2 + score.3 + score.4)/4 - 1;

{

square.1 =(score.1 - mean)

square.1 = pow(score.1 - mean - 2);

}

{

square.2 =(score.2 - mean)

square.2= pow(score.2 - mean - 2);

}

{

square.3 =(score.3 - mean)

square.3 = pow(score.3 - mean - 2);

}

{

square.4 =(score.4 - mean)

square.4 = pow(score.4 - mean - 2);

}

{

cout << mean;

}

I have to output the mean with one decimal place and then I have to find the standard deviation with four decimal places. I have no clue how im suppose to do this correctly or how I am suppose to fix these errors

Here are the errors

stats.cpp:7: error: expected initializer before numeric constant

stats.cpp:8: error: expected initializer before numeric constant

stats.cpp:9: error: expected initializer before numeric constant

stats.cpp:10: error: expected initializer before numeric constant

stats.cpp:12: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:19: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before â==â token

stats.cpp:20: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:24: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:28: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:32: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:36: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

I dont know how to make a source code, im new to c++, sorry

Really im not sure what the error -Expected unqualified-id before ""-

or the error -Expected initializer- means

using namespace std;

float square.1 = 47;

float square.2 = 42;

float square.3 = 43;

float square.4 = 49;

{

score.1 = sqrt (4 * 2.71 *(square.1 - square.1)^2) / 4 - 1

score.2 = sqrt (4 * 2.71 *(square.2 - square.2)^2) / 4 - 1

score.3 = sqrt (4 * 2.71 *(square.3 - square.3)^2) / 4 - 1

score.4 = sqrt (4 * 2.71 *(square.4 - square.4)^2) / 4 - 1

}

mean == (score.1 + score.2 + score.3 + score.4)/4 - 1;

{

square.1 =(score.1 - mean)

square.1 = pow(score.1 - mean - 2);

}

{

square.2 =(score.2 - mean)

square.2= pow(score.2 - mean - 2);

}

{

square.3 =(score.3 - mean)

square.3 = pow(score.3 - mean - 2);

}

{

square.4 =(score.4 - mean)

square.4 = pow(score.4 - mean - 2);

}

{

cout << mean;

}

I have to output the mean with one decimal place and then I have to find the standard deviation with four decimal places. I have no clue how im suppose to do this correctly or how I am suppose to fix these errors

Here are the errors

stats.cpp:7: error: expected initializer before numeric constant

stats.cpp:8: error: expected initializer before numeric constant

stats.cpp:9: error: expected initializer before numeric constant

stats.cpp:10: error: expected initializer before numeric constant

stats.cpp:12: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:19: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before â==â token

stats.cpp:20: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:24: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:28: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:32: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

stats.cpp:36: error: expected unqualified-id before â{â token

I dont know how to make a source code, im new to c++, sorry

Really im not sure what the error -Expected unqualified-id before ""-

or the error -Expected initializer- means

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Well you cant have a "." in the variable names. Apart from this what are "these" errors? Did you compile this? Post the errors then.

And post the source code in the "<>" tag from the Format menu that appears to the right when you post on the forum.

And post the source code in the "<>" tag from the Format menu that appears to the right when you post on the forum.

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