**CSE 1002 PPS3 new Winter ’16 (Id=2260)**

1-Feb-2017 00:00 to 17-Feb-2017 00:00

Total time : 600 mins

Challenges : 5

### Question 1

Vectors are used in everyday life to locate individuals and objects. They are also used to describe objects acting under the influence of an external force. A vector, is a quantity with a direction and magnitude. A vector with magnitude alone, is an n-tuple (list of n numbers) Given two vectors v1, v2, develop an algorithm and the subsequent C++ program to determine the sum and dot product of the two vectors. Sum of v1 and v2, written as v1+v2, is got by adding the respective elements: first element of v1+v2 is got by adding the first element of v1 with the first element of v2; second element of v1+v2 is got by adding the second element of v1 and the second element of v2 and so on. The dot product v1*v2 is a scalar ( a number), which is the sum of the product of the respective elements of v1 and v2. In other words, dot product of two vectors is got by adding : the product of the first element of v1 with the first element of v2, product of the second element of v1 with the second element of v2 and so on

if the input vectors v1 and v2 are:

v1= 3, 4, -5, 6, 7, 8

v2 = 4, 6, 8, 10, 1, 4

Then sum of the two vectors is 7, 10, 3, 16, 8, 12 and their dot product is : 3*4+4*6+(-5)*8+6*10+7*1+8*4

12+24+(-40)+ 60+7+32=95

Input Format

First line contains the number elements in vector v1 n

Next line contains the number elements in vector v2, m

Next ‘n’ lines contains the elements of the vector v1

Next ‘m’ lines contains the elements of the vector v2

Output Format

First ‘n’ lines contain the sum of the vectors

Next line contains the dot product of the vectors

### Question 2

An automatic vending machine has many snack items arranged in its shelves. Each item has an item code and a cost. A user can enter the amount and key-in the item code. If the itemcode matches an entry in the item list and amount entered by user is less than cost of the item, then the item will be dispensed. Develop an algorithm and write a C++ code to print name of the item if the amount entered is greater than the cost of the item and item code is valid. If the amount is less than the cost of the item then throw a double exception, if the item code entered is wrong then throw a integer exception and when the item entered is not in stock throw a string exception. Print appropriate messages such as “Insufficient amount”, “Wrong item code” or “Less stock”.

Input Format:

Enter the number of items in the vending machine

Itemcode-1

Cost of item1

stock in hand item1

Itemcode-2

Cost of item2

stock in hand item2

…

Itemcode-n

Cost of item1

stock in hand item3

Item code entered by user

Cost entered by user

Output Format:

Print either item name or “Insufficient amount” or “Wrong item code” or “Less Stock”

Boundary Conditions:

Number of Item >1

### Solution

#include< iostream > using namespace std; int main() { struct item { int code,cost,stock; }stack[20]; int num,i,cd,co,flag=0; cin>>num; for(i=0;i < num;i++) cin>>stack[i].code>>stack[i].cost>>stack[i].stock; cin>>cd>>co; for(i=0;i < num;i++) { if(stack[i].code==cd) { flag=1; if(co > stack[i].cost) { if(stack[i].stock>0) cout<<stack[i].code; else cout<<"Less stock"; } else cout<<"Insufficient amount"; } } if(flag==0) cout<<"Wrong item code"; return(0); }

### Input

INPUT : num - number of items item - values of each item

### Output

OUTPUT : if(stack[i].stock > 0) cout<<stack[i].code; else if cout<<"Insufficient amount"; else if cout<<"Less stock"; else cout<<"Wrong item code";

### Processing

for(i=0;i < num;i++) { if(stack[i].code==cd) { flag=1; if(co > stack[i].cost) { if(stack[i].stock>0) cout<<stack[i].code; else cout<<"Less stock"; } else cout<<"Insufficient amount"; } } if(flag==0) cout<<"Wrong item code";

### Pseudocode

BEGIN Read num and stack for(i=0;i < num;i++) { if(stack[i].code==cd) { flag=1; if(co > stack[i].cost) { if(stack[i].stock>0) cout<<stack[i].code; else cout<<"Less stock"; } else cout<<"Insufficient amount"; } } if(flag==0) cout<<"Wrong item code"; END

### Question 3

A government organization received tenders from ‘n’ vendors for their campus renovation work. It has to determine and select the vendor who had quoted the least amount for this renovation work. Given the registration number, address and amount quoted by vendor, design an algorithm and write a C++ code to print the details of vendor for whom the tender will be given. Write a function that returns the details of vendor by reference concept.

Input Format:

Number of tenders received

Registration number of vendor1

Address of vendor1

Amount quoted by vendor1

Registration number of vendor2

Address of vendor2

Amount quoted by vendor2

………

………….

Registration number of vendor n

Address of vendor n

Amount quoted by vendor n

Output Format:

Print the registration number of vendor who won the tender

Print address of vendor who won the tender

Boundary Conditions:

Number of Tender >1

### Solution

#include< iostream > #include< stdlib.h > using namespace std; struct vendor { int reg,amt; char add[30]; }list[10]; void find_lowest(vendor *ptr,int num) { int i; *ptr=list[0]; for(i=1;i < num;i++) if(list[i].amt < (*ptr).amt) *ptr=list[i]; } int main() { int num; cin>>num; vendor final={0,0,""}; for(int i=0;i < num;i++) cin>>list[i].reg>>list[i].add>>list[i].amt; find_lowest(&final,num); cout<<final.reg<<"\n"<<final.add; return(0); }

### Input

INPUT : num - number of vendors list - details of all vendors

### Output

OUTPUT : cout<<final.reg<<"\n"<<final.add;

### Processing

void find_lowest(vendor *ptr,int num) { int i; *ptr=list[0]; for(i=1;i < num;i++) if(list[i].amt < (*ptr).amt) *ptr=list[i]; }

### Pseudocode

BEGIN Read num and list void find_lowest(vendor *ptr,int num) { int i; *ptr=list[0]; for(i=1;i < num;i++) if(list[i].amt < (*ptr).amt) *ptr=list[i]; } final=find_lowest(&final,num); cout<<final.reg<<"\n"<<final.add; END

### Question 4

Each student in a class of ‘n’ plays at least one indoor game chess, carrom and scrabble. Given three list of names of students who play chess, scrabble and carrom, develop an algorithm and write a C++ code to find the students who can

(i) Play chess and carrom

(ii) Chess, carrom but not scrabble

Understand the template code and implement the member functions of the class

Input Format

Number of students who play chess

Name of student1 who plays chess

Name of student2 who plays chess

…

Name of student-n who plays scrabble

Number of students who play scrabble

Name of student1 who plays scrabble

Name of student2 who plays scrabble

…

Name of student-n who plays scrabble

Name of student-n who plays scrabble

Number of students who play carrom

Name of student1 who plays carrom

Name of student2 who plays carrom

…

Name of student-n who plays carrom

Output Format

Name of students who play chess and carrom. order the names as given in the chess input list . separate names by a comma

Name of students who play chess and carrom but not scrabble. Order the names as given in the chess input list. separate names by a comma

Boundary Conditions

Number of students in class will not be more than 30

Length of name of students in class will not be more than 20

Assume that none of the set will become empty

### Solution

#include

#include

using namespace std;

class set

{

int num_Of_Ele;

char names[30][20];

public:

void get();

void print()const;

set intersection(set&);

set difference(set&);

};

void set :: get() { cin>>num_Of_Ele; for(int i=0;i < num_Of_Ele;i++) cin>>names[i]; } void set :: print() const { for(int i=0;i < num_Of_Ele-1;i++) cout<<names[i]<<","; cout<<names[num_Of_Ele-1]<<"\n"; } set set :: intersection(set& var) { set inter; inter.num_Of_Ele=0; int i,j; for(i=0;i < num_Of_Ele;i++) for(j=0;j < var.num_Of_Ele;j++) if(strcmp(names[i],var.names[j])==0) { strcpy(inter.names[inter.num_Of_Ele++],names[i]); break; } return(inter); } set set :: difference(set& var) { set diff; diff.num_Of_Ele=0; int i,j,flag; for(i=0;i < num_Of_Ele;i++) { flag=0; for(j=0;j < var.num_Of_Ele;j++) if(strcmp(names[i],var.names[j])==0) { flag=1; break; } if(flag==0) strcpy(diff.names[diff.num_Of_Ele++],names[i]); } return(diff); }

int main()

{

set chess, carrom,scrabble;

chess.get();

carrom.get();

scrabble.get();

set inter = chess.intersection(carrom);

inter.print();

set diff = inter.difference(scrabble);

diff.print();

return 0;

}

### Input

INPUT : void set :: get() { cin>>num_Of_Ele; for(int i=0;i < num_Of_Ele;i++) cin>>names[i]; }

### Output

OUTPUT : void set :: print() const { for(int i=0;i < num_Of_Ele-1;i++) cout<<names[i]<<","; cout<<names[num_Of_Ele-1]<<"\n"; }

### Processing

set set :: intersection(set& var) { set inter; inter.num_Of_Ele=0; int i,j; for(i=0;i < num_Of_Ele;i++) for(j=0;j < var.num_Of_Ele;j++) if(strcmp(names[i],var.names[j])==0) { strcpy(inter.names[inter.num_Of_Ele++],names[i]); break; } return(inter); } set set :: difference(set& var) { set diff; diff.num_Of_Ele=0; int i,j,flag; for(i=0;i < num_Of_Ele;i++) { flag=0; for(j=0;j < var.num_Of_Ele;j++) if(strcmp(names[i],var.names[j])==0) { flag=1; break; } if(flag==0) strcpy(diff.names[diff.num_Of_Ele++],names[i]); } return(diff); }

### Pseudocode

BEGIN Read void set :: get() set set :: intersection(set& var) { set inter; inter.num_Of_Ele=0; int i,j; for(i=0;i < num_Of_Ele;i++) for(j=0;j < var.num_Of_Ele;j++) if(strcmp(names[i],var.names[j])==0) { strcpy(inter.names[inter.num_Of_Ele++],names[i]); break; } return(inter); } set set :: difference(set& var) { set diff; diff.num_Of_Ele=0; int i,j,flag; for(i=0;i < num_Of_Ele;i++) { flag=0; for(j=0;j < var.num_Of_Ele;j++) if(strcmp(names[i],var.names[j])==0) { flag=1; break; } if(flag==0) strcpy(diff.names[diff.num_Of_Ele++],names[i]); } return(diff); } Output void set :: print() const END

### Question 5

Snakes and Ladders is an ancient Indian board game. It is played between two or more players on a gameboard having numbered, gridded squares (which is in the form a matrix). The board has a number of pictures of the “ladders” and “snakes” on the board, each connecting two specific board squares. The object of the game is to navigate one’s game piece, according to die rolls, from the start (bottom square) to the finish (top square), helped or hindered by ladders and snakes respectively.

Given an m X n board, details of snakes and ladders in the board, current position of coin of player1 and sequence of dice rolls by player1, design an algorithm and write a C++ code to find the new position of coin of player1. The grids of the board are numbered from 1 to m*n. After a die roll, if the coin ends up in a square with snake / ladder start position then update position to end position of snake / ladder. Each grid in the board is given a number ‘g’ which is computed as (r-1)*n + c, where ‘r’ and ‘c’ are the row and column position of the grid.

Understand the template code and implement the functions appropriately

Input Format

Value for ‘m’

Value for ‘n’

Number of snakes in board k

Start Grid position of snake1

End Grid position of snake1

Start Grid position of snake2

End Grid position of snake2

….

Start Grid position of snake-k

End Grid position of snake-k

Number of ladders in board t

Start Grid position of ladder1

End Grid position of ladder1

Start Grid position of ladder2

End Grid position of ladder2

….

Start Grid position of ladder-t

End Grid position of ladder-t

Current row position of coin of player1

Current column position of coin of player1

Number of dice rolls

Value of roll1

Value of roll2

…

Value of roll-n

Output Format

Final row position of player1

Final column position of player1

Boundary Conditions

Assume that there will be only maximum of ten ladders and ten snakes

The position will never go out of the board

### Solution

#include

using namespace std;

typedef struct

{

//elements to indicate the number of rows and columns

int row,col;

}board;

//A struct to define a position in the board

typedef struct

{

int row;

int col;

}position;

//Struct to represent the details of snake positions

typedef struct

{

int num;

int st_Grid[10];

int end_Grid[10];

}snakes;

//Struct to represent the details of ladder positions

typedef struct

{

int num;

int st_Grid[10];

int end_Grid[10];

}ladders;

//Struct to represent the details of rolls in the play

typedef struct

{

int num;

int roll[10];

}rolls;

// Function to read input from user board, snake and ladder details

// then current position and details of rolls

// Parameters are passed by reference

void read_Values(board &b,snakes &snake_Det,ladders &ladder_Det,position &cur_Pos,rolls &r);

//Function to compute new position of coin

int find_New_Pos(board &b,snakes &snake_Det,ladders &ladder_Det,position &cur_Pos, rolls &r);

void read_Values(board &b,snakes &snake_Det,ladders &ladder_Det,position &cur_Pos,rolls &r) { int i; cin>>b.row>>b.col; cin>>snake_Det.num; for(i=0;i < snake_Det.num;i++) cin>>snake_Det.st_Grid[i]>>snake_Det.end_Grid[i]; cin>>ladder_Det.num; for(i=0;i < ladder_Det.num;i++) cin>>ladder_Det.st_Grid[i]>>ladder_Det.end_Grid[i]; cin>>cur_Pos.row>>cur_Pos.col; cin>>r.num; for(i=0;i < r.num;i++) cin>>r.roll[i]; } int find_New_Pos(board &b,snakes &snake_Det,ladders &ladder_Det,position &cur_Pos,rolls &r) { int i,j; int pos=((cur_Pos.row-1)*b.row)+cur_Pos.col; for(i=0;i < r.num;i++) { pos+=r.roll[i]; for(j=0;j < snake_Det.num;j++) if(pos==snake_Det.st_Grid[j]) { pos=snake_Det.end_Grid[j]; break; } for(j=0;j < ladder_Det.num;j++) if(pos==ladder_Det.st_Grid[j]) { pos=ladder_Det.end_Grid[j]; break; } } return(pos); }

int main()

{

board b;

position cur_Pos;

int final_Grid;

rolls r;

snakes snake_Det;

ladders ladder_Det;

read_Values(b,snake_Det,ladder_Det,cur_Pos,r);

final_Grid = find_New_Pos(b,snake_Det,ladder_Det,cur_Pos,r);

cout<<final_Grid;

}

### Input

INPUT : cin>>b.row>>b.col; cin>>snake_Det.num; for(i=0;i < snake_Det.num;i++) cin>>snake_Det.st_Grid[i]>>snake_Det.end_Grid[i]; cin>>ladder_Det.num; for(i=0;i < ladder_Det.num;i++) cin>>ladder_Det.st_Grid[i]>>ladder_Det.end_Grid[i]; cin>>cur_Pos.row>>cur_Pos.col; cin>>r.num; for(i=0;i < r.num;i++) cin>>r.roll[i];

### Output

OUTPUT : cout<<final_Pos;

### Processing

for(i=0;i < r.num;i++) { pos+=r.roll[i]; for(j=0;j < snake_Det.num;j++) if(pos==snake_Det.st_Grid[j]) { pos=snake_Det.end_Grid[j]; break; } for(j=0;j < ladder_Det.num;j++) if(pos==ladder_Det.st_Grid[j]) { pos=ladder_Det.end_Grid[j]; break; } }

### Pseudocode

BEGIN Read input for(i=0;i < r.num;i++) { pos+=r.roll[i]; for(j=0;j < snake_Det.num;j++) if(pos==snake_Det.st_Grid[j]) { pos=snake_Det.end_Grid[j]; break; } for(j=0;j < ladder_Det.num;j++) if(pos==ladder_Det.st_Grid[j]) { pos=ladder_Det.end_Grid[j]; break; } } return(pos) cout<<final_Pos; END

Bro vector operations and many prgrams in PPS3 is not working bcoz skillrack want some part of program. How to do that guide us.

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Whatever has to be typed into the black box is given in the grey box in solution.

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bro update the first questn

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Updated

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When will the “Vector” question will be uploaded?

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Upload done

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Bro Vector question, will you be posting the answer?

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Yes, has been updated

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when the vector operations code will be updated,, 17 feb is last date

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Code updated

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Bro…please upload the remaining question

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Has been updated

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kindly update vector operations problem asap

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Done

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Skills Smuggler Ki Jai Ho

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Thanks for the love 🙂

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