Generate a table of numbers for use in a math problem. Ask the user for three numbers: The first number represents how many values are to be in the table. (1 to 25)
    Generate a table of numbers for use in a math problem. Ask the user for three numbers: The first number represents how many values are to be in the table. (1 to 25)

Generate a table of numbers for use in a math problem. Ask the user for three numbers: The first number represents how many values are to be in the table. (1 to 25)

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Write and test a C++ program to complete the following project.
Generate a table of numbers for use in a math problem.
Ask the user for three numbers:
The first number represents how many values are to be in the table. (1 to 25)
The second number represents the first value in the table. (-1000 to +1000)
The third number represents the increment between successive values in the table. (1 to 20)
Iterate through the selected values, generating and displaying the following derived values from each value in the iteration:
Square
Square Root (only if the value is positive or zero, display “N/A” for other values)
Cube
Cube Root (only if the value is positive or zero, display “N/A” for other values)
Repeat this process until the user enters a count of zero for the number of values in the table.
For bonus credit: Save the results of the calculations in a set of arrays, one for each calculated value.
For bonus credit: Read a series of three-number sets from a data file named triples.txt and create a table of numbers corresponding to each three-number set. Save the resulting tables of numbers to a single text file named numbers.csv in comma-separated-value format.

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Solution contain C++ program and input data.

Using DevC++ IDE to run program.

If you want run on Visual studio, you can edit some lines in source code (i can help you do it).

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