Make a program that reads three floating-point values: A, B and C. Then calculate and print:
a) the area of the rectangled triangle that has base A and height C.
b) the area of the circle of radius C. (pi = 3.14159)
c) the area of the trapezium which has base A and B and C by height.
d) the area of the square that has side B.
e) the area of the rectangle that has sides A and B.
The input file contains three double numbers with one digit after the decimal point.
The output file contains 5 lines of data. Each line correspond to one of the areas described above, always with a corresponding message (in portuguese) and one space after the “:” and before the calculated number. All calculated number must be printed with 3 digits after the decimal point.
|Sample Inputs||Sample Outputs|
|3.0 4.0 5.2||TRIANGULO: 7.800
|12.7 10.4 15.2||TRIANGULO: 96.520
#define pi 3.14159
float a, b, c;
scanf(“%f %f %f”, &a, &b, &c);
printf(“TRIANGULO: %.3f\n”, a * c / 2);
printf(“CIRCULO: %.3f\n”, pi * (c * c));
printf(“TRAPEZIO: %.3f\n”, c * ((a + b) / 2));
printf(“QUADRADO: %.3f\n”, b * b);
printf(“RETANGULO: %.3f\n”, a * b);