I`m doing something wrong. In a right triangle the hypotenuse length is 80.62 the triangle side length opposing the angle is 40. The windows calculator result for inverse sin 40/80.6225 is 29.74 When I do the math with asinf() I`m getting 0.519
I'm writing a C++ class for my company and I finished all the explanation parts. Now I need to intersperse both examples, mostly detailing differences of implementation of basic functionalities between C and C++, and exercises to give the trainees (freshly graduated).
I need them to be an inspiration for me, not going to copy/paste them shamelessly, since I'm going to illustrate the points I've made in the course. Also they will be in powerpoint so I will need to trim them quite a bit.
If you know sources you trust for this kind of content you would help me a lot (yes, I will search with my Google-fu but your knowledge, training, experience and Google-jitsu may help me nevertheless).
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The alternative (and very time consuming) is to go through the list of library/standard template library functions and take the sample code from each. But it all rather depends on exactly what you want to teach them.