### Can someone help me with this code?

#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;
}

ERRORS
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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
1) You have loads of curly brackets, for no reason
2) You haven't declared `mean` in ln. 19
3) You have used the == (equality) operator instead of the = (assignment) operator in ln. 19
You didnt have your program in `int main(){}`.

 ``1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041`` ``````#include #include using namespace std; int main() { 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; } } ``````
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That kind of helped, i think i can take it from there, thanks
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