# C++ Function/Switch Statement Homework

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Okay, I need this done correctly. Please use a switch statement for the menu. Please don't forget the last two functions in the statements-You can chose these functions. I bolded important parts of the instructions.

This is a long assignment, so please let me know if you need clarification/help. Thank you

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For each calculation in your program, you should write (at least) two functions. One function should perform the calculation and return the result, and the other function should accept necessary data from the user, call the calculation function, and then display the result. You should also have a menu function which presents the user with the possible choices for calculations

### Get Started

To begin, create an empty project. For the `main()`, copy/paste the following into your homework project.

`int main() { // DO NOT change this main function   Menu();   return 0; } // end of Main Function `

Note that the main function calls a `Menu` function, which you need to write. Note also that you are not allowed to change the main function. Thus, your `Menu` function will need to call another function which is associated with the calculation chosen by the user.

You should place your function definitions below your `main()`.

### The Functions

Your program must have the following functions that perform the described tasks:

• Menu, which has no parameters and no return value. This function displays the list of available calculations to the user, and then accepts a choice from the user. For practice, use a switch statement to decide which function gets called.
• PoundsToKilograms, which has no parameters and no return value. This function asks the user to input the number of pounds to convert, calls DoPoundsToKilograms to do the calculation, and then outputs the result returned.
• DoPoundsToKilograms, which has one double parameter (pounds) and returns a double (kilograms). This function does the pounds to kilogram conversion, and then returns the results. Note: 1 pound is about 0.454 kilograms.
• FeetToMeters, which has no parameters and no return value. This function asks the user to input the number of feet to convert, calls DoFeetToMeters to do the calculation, and then outputs the result returned.
• DoFeetToMeters, which has one double parameter (feet) and returns a double (meters). This function does the feet to meter conversion, and then returns the results. Note: 1 foot is about 0.3048 meters.
• BodyMassIndex, which has no parameters and no return value. This function asks the user to input height (in feet) and weight (in pounds). Then, this function calls DoPoundsToKilograms andDoFeetToMeters to do conversions, and then calls DoBMI to do the calculation. Finally, this function outputs the result returned.
• DoBMI, which has two double parameters (kilograms and meters) and returns a double (BMI). This function calculates the BMI, and then returns the results. Note: BMI is calculated as (weight (kg)) / (height (m) * height (m)).
• Add (at least) two more functions to your program that calculates something you think would be useful for your calculator (i.e., (1) an input function with no parameters and no return value and (2) a calculation function with at least one parameter used in the calculation). Make this function accessible from your Menu function and test it completely.

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