# Problem 10: Precession

Rahul got 65.00 on physics, 83.50 on mathematics, 85.75 on C programming and 67.50 on English. Now write a program to calculate the average of his marks on 4 subjects and print it up to 2 digit after the decimal point. [The result should look like: XX.XX]

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## 6 thoughts on “Problem 10: Precession”

1. #include
int main()
{
float physics=65.00;
float math=83.50;
float C=85.75;
float english=67.50;
float avg=(physics+math+C+english)/4;

printf(“The Avg of Rahul’s Marks: %.2f”,avg);

return 0;
}

#include
int main()
{
float p=65.00;
float m=83.50;
float C=85.75;
float e=67.50;
float avg=(p+m+C+e)/4;

printf(“The Avg of Rahulâ€™s Marks: %.2f”,avg);

return 0;
}

3. Shomitro Kumar Bishal says:

#include
main()
{
float phy=65.00,math=83.50,c=85.75,eng=67.50,avg;
printf(“Rahul got on..Physics : 65.00\n”);
printf(“Rahul got on..mathematics : 83.50\n”);
printf(“Rahul got on..C programming: 85.75\n”);
printf(“Rahul got on..English : 67.50\n”);
avg=(phy+math+c+eng)/4;
printf(“The Average of Rahul’s Marks is :%.2f\n”,avg);
}

4. Elias ahmed says:

#include
int main()
{
float m1=65.00,m2=83.50,m3=85.75,m4=67.50,m5;
m5=(m1+m2+m3+m4)/4;
printf(“The average marks is %0.2f\n”,m5);
}

5. Mohiudin Rabby says:

#include
int main()
{
double p=65.00,m=83.50,c=85.75,e=67.50,average;
average=p+m+c+e/3;
printf(“average is :%0.2lf”,average);
return 0;

}

6. A. Z. M. JALAL UDDIN JOY says:

#include
int main ()
{

float phy=65.00, math=83.50, cProgram=85.75, eng=67.50, avg= (phy+math+cProgram+eng)/3;
printf(“Average marks:%.2f”, avg);

return 0;

}