CS13002 Programming and Data Structures
Section: 5/E, Spring 2006
(Not for submission)
Part IFind out at what times between 10 and 11 hours, the hour and minute hands of a clock are perfectly perpendicular to one another. Print the times as
10 hours m minutes,
where m is a floating-point number larger than or equal to 0 and less than 60.
Part IITry to generalize the above program. The user inputs an hour h between 1 and 12. Your task is to find out at what times of the form
h hours m minutes
the hour and minute hands of a clock are perfectly perpendicular to one another. Here 0 <= m < 60. Exactly two of the twelve possible values of h correspond to single solutions for m. Locate these values of h.
Notice that for solving this part, you may have to use a conditional statement (an if statement). If you do not know how such statements can be written, repeat Part I with 10 hours replaced by 6 hours and also by 2 hours.