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Find the errors in the following if statements.a.if x > 0 then cout << x;b.if (x > 0) ;

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Problem R3.1

Find the errors in the following if statements.a.if x > 0 then cout << x;b.if (x > 0) ; { y = 1; } else ; { y = -1; }c.if (1 + x > pow(x, sqrt(2)) { y = y + x; }d.if (x = 1) { y++; }e.cin >> x; if (cin.fail()) { y = y + x; }

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R3.1 Find the errors in the following if statements.

       a. if  then  ;

       b. if   ;  else ;

       c. if

       d. if

       e.

                                                                 Step By Step Solution

Step 1 of 5

if  then  ;

Syntax error. There is an extraneous then which is not part of the C++ syntax.

We can rewrite the code as follows:

Step 2 of 5

Chapter 3, Problem R3.1 is Solved
Step 3 of 5

Textbook: C++ for Everyone
Edition: 2
Author: Cay S. Horstmann
ISBN: 9780470927137

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