Big View T/F 1. !, &&, || are examples of conditional operators2. ? is a logical operator3. variable++ is a pretest increment4. --variable is a posttest increment5. Flags can also be integers6. A switch is a control structure that can be used instead of an if/else statement7. (-1 > 2) && (12 > 7)8. With flags, all values besides zero are false.9. The hierarchy for relational operators is !!, ||, &&10. In a do while loop, a semicolon is required after the expression. Multiple Choice 1. What does a flag normally do in code? a. Connect two or more relational expressions or reverse the logic of an expression b. a Boolean or integer variable that signals when a condition exists c. Tests a series of conditions within the code d. Compare numeric char value and determine whether one is greater than, lees than, equal to, or not equal to another Coding 1. Make a code to display the payment required for the age group input by the user. Adult price = \$600k Senior price = \$1 million Child, 6 & under = 50¢ 2. Write a nested loop and switch statement for a customer choosing ice cream flavors and toppings. 3. Create a nested for loop that calculates your average yearly tuition based on how many classes you take. Assume 1 class = \$215 4. Write a program that uses an if/else statement and switch statements to ask the user if they're male or female and give them options of clothing to choose from. Display the price of the article of clothing they choose. 5. Write a program that calculates the average of several grades input by the user. Allow the user to dictate how many grades will be used. Find the Error 1 include iostream2 using namespace std;34 int main 5 }6 char length, width, area7 cout << "Define length, enter a number;8 cin << length9 cout << "Define width, enter a number",10 cin >> width;1112 char area = length * width;1314 cout << "Area equals " << area << endl;15 {1617 return 0; Page last modified on November 07, 2017, at 10:49 PM CST Powered by pmwiki-2.2.26 modified by Rita Sperry (Configuration)