Program Development and Design Using C++
Based on A First Book of C++ by the same author, this new edition uses a depth-first linear progression guiding readers through procedural orientation, object-orientation, and data structures. Part I covers procedural basics, Part II covers Object-Oriented Programming in C++, and Part III explains how Data Structures are interchangeable, allowing readers to familiarize themselves with these concepts in either order.
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An arithmetic series is defined by the following:
a + (a + d) + (a + 2d) + (a + 3d) + ... + [a + (n - 1)d]
a is the first term d is the common difference
n is the number of term to be added
Using this information , write a C++ program that uses a while loop to display each term and determine the sum of the arithmetic series.Make sure your program gets the value of a, d, and n from the user.
Introduction to Computers and Programming
Part ProcedureOriented Programming in C++
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