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**Week 0: ****Assignment answers** **Week 1**: Introduction to computers using graphics.

*Programming Assignment***Week 2:** Basic data types.

*Programming Assignment***Week 3:****Statements of C++ for conditional execution and looping.**

*Programming Assignment***Week 4: Statements of C++ for conditional execution and looping.**

*Programming Assignment*

**Week 5:**Functions.

*Programming Assignment*

**Week 6:**Recursive algorithms and recursive drawings.

*Programming Assignment*

**Week 7:**Arrays.

*Programming Assignment*

**Use of the standard library in designing programs.**

Week 11:

**Week 8:**Multidimensional arrays.*Programming Assignment*

**Week 9**: Structures. Pointers with structures.*Programming Assignment***Week**10: Dynamic memory allocation.Week 11:

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**An Introduction to Programming Through C++** NPTEL 2022 Week 6 Assignment Answers

**Q1.** What is V(6), the number of poetic meters of total duration 6?

**Answer:** 13

Suppose I have a supply of red blocks (R) all of height 1 and blue blocks (B) all of height 3. I can stack the blocks one above the other to build a tower. For example, if I stack in the order RBR or BRR from bottom to top I will get towers of height 5. Let T(n) denote the number of towers possible of height n. Clearly T(1) is 1 because the only order possible is R.T(2) is 1 because the only possible order is RR.T(3) is 2, because the possible orders are RRR or B.

BR RB RRRR

**Q2.** What is T(4)?

**Answer:** 3

**Q3.** What is T(5)?

**Answer:** 4

**Q4.** Using the same logic as in the lecture, you could say that the bottom most block can either be red or it can be blue. Following this logic, what is T(n) equal to?

a) T(n-1) + T(n-2)

b) T(n-1) + T(n-2) + T(n-3)

c) T(n-1) + T(n-3)

d) T(n-2) + T(n-3)

**Answer:** c) T(n-1) + T(n-3)

**Q5.** What does the call f(100) return, if f is defined as follows?Int f(n){

if (n == 0) return 0;

else return f(n-1) + 2;

}

**Answer:** 200

**Q6.** I will get an error if I execute s++ f1.cpp

a) True

b) False

**Answer:** a) True

**Q7.** I will get an error if I execute s++ -c f2.cpp

a) True

b) False

**Answer:** b) False

**Q8.** I will get an error if I execute s++ f1.cpp f3.cpp

a) True

b) False

**Answer:** a) True

**Q9.** What is the result of executing the following program, if the input given is 3?

**Answer:** 5

**Q10.** What is the first number printed?

**Answer:** 26

**Q11.** What is the second number printed?

**Answer:** 38

**Q12.** What is the third number printed?

**Answer:** 41

### An Introduction to Programming Through C++ NPTEL Week 6 Programming Assignment Answers

### Programming Assignment 6.1

Suppose there are two types of blocks: Red blocks (R) of height 1 and Blue blocks (B) of height 4. These blocks can be stacked one above the other to build a tower. You have to write a program that counts the number of distinct towers of a given height n that can be built using these 2 types of blocks.**Note:** 2 towers of the same height are called distinct if the order in which R and B blocks occur in them is different.

Write a recursive program that takes n and returns the number of distinct towers of height n.

**CODE:**

```
long int tower_count (int x) {
if(x <= 3)
return 1;
return tower_count(x-4) + tower_count(x-1);
}
main_program {
int n;
cin >> n;
cout << tower_count(n) << endl;
}
```

### Programming Assignment 6.2

Given below is a main program with calls to a function inches. Given a distance measured in yards, feet and inches, the function is supposed toreturn the equivalent number of inches. In particular, given y, f, i as the values of the parameters yards, feet, inches, the function should returny*36+f*12+i. However, it is acceptable to call the function with just two arguments y, f, in which case they should be interpreted as yards and feet,and the value returned should be y*36+f*12. The function might also be called with a single argument y, in which case it should return y*36. Youhave to write the code for the function inches. Your code may implement inches using default values for the parameters or by overloading it. Youdo not need to give the main program. It will be added automatically. The main program is given below for your reference.

Note: You **don’t** need to write/copy the main program. You just need to write the inches function, without the main_program or any of theheader files. Ensure that the function is correctly named as inches.

main_program{

int y,f,i; cin >> y >> f >> i;

cout << inches(y,f,i) <<“,”<<inches(y,f) <<“,”<<inches(y) << endl;

}

**CODE:**

```
int inches(int y, int f = 0, int i = 0) {
int inch;
inch = y * 36 + f * 12 + i;
return inch;
}
```

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