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#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()

{

int firstNo;// first number is stored here

int secondNo,

int resultAdd,// variable for result when first number and second number are added

int resultSub,// variable for result when first number and second number are subtracted

int resultMult,// variable for result when first number and second number are multiplied

int resultDivi// variable for the reult when the first number and second number are divided

;

// asks the user to choose the first number

cout<< "Enter in the first Number -> /n";

cin >> "firstNo";

// asks the user for the second number

cout<< "Enter in the second Number -> ";

cin >> "secondNo";

cout<< "which operation would you like to choose?";

// result of the operation when addition is chosen

resultAdd == firstNo + secondNo;

cout<< "the sum of the numbers are ->/n";

cin >> "resultAdd";

// result of the operation when subtraction is chosen

resultSub = firstNo - secondNo;

cout<< "the difference of these numbers are ->/n";

cin >> "resultSub";

// result of the operation when multiplication is chosen

resultMult == firstNo * secondNo;

cout<< "the product of these numbers are ->/n";

cin >> "resultMult";

// result of the operation when division is chosen

resultDivi == firstNo/seconNo;

cout<< "the quotient of these two numbers are ->/n";

cin >> "resultDivi"

;if (secondNo == 0 )// restriction put upon operation so that denominator cannot be 0

firstNo/secondNo !==0;

cout<< "the quotient of these two numbers are undefined :(";

cout<<"/n";

return 0;

}

i don't know what i did wrong, but i guess i did alot wrong, i just basically followed the template that my professor showed us, but the program he made just had one operation and that was addition.

it went like this:

Result = FirstNo + SecondNo;

cout<< "these numbers add up to ->";

cout<< Result;

so i figured i could just make more than one variable and define them with operations.

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