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Read in one integer, *n*.

Print 1-n, with each number on a new line.

Print 1-n, with each number on a new line.

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Read in one integer, *n*.

Print 1-n, on a single line.

**Format**

Each number must be left-aligned in a 5-character wide column.

Print 1-n, on a single line.

Each number must be left-aligned in a 5-character wide column.

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Read in one integer, *n*.

Print 1-n, with each number on a new line.

After each number, print the same amount of "ha"s.

Print 1-n, with each number on a new line.

After each number, print the same amount of "ha"s.

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Read in one integer, *n*.

Print a grid starting at 1, with n rows and n columns.

(hint: each row contains n numbers)

**Format**

Numbers must be right aligned in columns 5 characters wide.

Print a grid starting at 1, with n rows and n columns.

(hint: each row contains n numbers)

Numbers must be right aligned in columns 5 characters wide.

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Read in one integer, *n*.

Print a grid with n rows, n columns, and headers.

Calculate cell values as col / row (decimal division)

**Format**

Row headers must be left aligned in a 2-char column.

Col headers must be right aligned in 5-char columns.

Cell values must be right aligned in 5-char columns, printed to 2 decimal places.

Print a grid with n rows, n columns, and headers.

Calculate cell values as col / row (decimal division)

Row headers must be left aligned in a 2-char column.

Col headers must be right aligned in 5-char columns.

Cell values must be right aligned in 5-char columns, printed to 2 decimal places.

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Read in two integers, *height* (in cm) and *weight* (in kg).

Using a function:

Convert height from cm to m.

Calculate BMI using

**Format**

Print the answer to 2 decimal places.

Using a function:

Convert height from cm to m.

Calculate BMI using

`weight / height ^ 2`

.Print the answer to 2 decimal places.

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Read in two integers, *height* (in cm) and *weight* (in kg).

Calculate BMI as previously.

Print the BMI category:
.q-bmi td { padding: 5px; background: #FFFFFF; }
.q-bmi tr, .q-bmi td.q-bmi-1 { border: 1px solid #666666; }

Calculate BMI as previously.

Print the BMI category:

Underweight | bmi | < 18.5 | |

Normal | 18.5 ≤ | bmi | < 25 |

Overweight | 25 ≤ | bmi | < 30 |

Obese | 30 ≤ | bmi |

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Read 4 ints: *height* (in cm), *weight start*, *end*, and *interval* (in kg).

Print the BMI and BMI category for each weight between start & end, using the interval specified.

**Format**

Print BMI to 2 decimal places, right-aligned, in a 6char column.

Leave 2 spaces before the category.

Print the BMI and BMI category for each weight between start & end, using the interval specified.

Print BMI to 2 decimal places, right-aligned, in a 6char column.

Leave 2 spaces before the category.

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Read 6 ints: *height start*, *end*, and *interval* (in cm), and *weight start*, *end*, and *interval* (in kg).

Print the BMI for each weight / height combination as a grid.

**Format**

Print row headings left-aligned in a 4-char column.

Print BMI to 2 decimal places, right-aligned in an 8-char column.

Print the BMI for each weight / height combination as a grid.

Print row headings left-aligned in a 4-char column.

Print BMI to 2 decimal places, right-aligned in an 8-char column.

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Read 6 ints: *height start*, *end*, and *interval* (in cm), and *weight start*, *end*, and *interval* (in kg).

Print the BMI *category* for each weight / height combination as a grid.

**Format**

Print row headings left-aligned in a 4-char column.

Print BMI category left-aligned in a 14-char column.

Print the BMI *category* for each weight / height combination as a grid.

Print row headings left-aligned in a 4-char column.

Print BMI category left-aligned in a 14-char column.

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Read 3 inputs: full name (text), age (whole-number), and weight (floating-point).

Without using the

**Format**

Weight should be printed to 2 dp.

Without using the

`+`

operator, print all 3 on a single line, using a single `printf`

statement.Weight should be printed to 2 dp.