5. Four experiments are performed and each experiment produces four test results. The results are tabulated as shown below. Write a program to store these results in a two-dimensional array, A, then use a nested for-loop to compute the average of the test results for each experiment and store it in the 5th column of the array. Print the array.
1st experiment results: | 23.2 | 34.8 | 53.7 | 19.5 |
2nd experiment results: | 34.8 | 42.9 | 28.6 | 35.4 |
3rd experiment results: | 24.5 | 29.5 | 32.0 | 19.3 |
4th experiment results: | 36.8 | 31.6 | 43.7 | 29.5 |
6. Using the srand( ) and rand ( ) C++ library functions, fill an array of 1000 numbers with random numbers that have been scaled to the range of 1 to 100 inclusive. Then determine and display the number of random numbers having bvalues between 1 and 50 and the number having values greater than 50. What do you expect the output counts to be?
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