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In this program, you'll make a calculator which handles three numbers and two operations, but DOES NOT worry about order of operations. For example:

taylor@kurt:~$ ./a.out 
5+2*3
The answer is 21.

To do this, write two functions. The first will have the prototype double calc(double, char, double), where the char could be any of the basic math operators (+,-,*,/). So, calc(4.1,'*',2) would return 8.2.

The second function will have the prototype double calc(double, char, double, char, double); and will handle performing the entire three-number calculation. You should probably use your first function to make your job easier!

Turn in this cover sheet, your code, and a screenshot of your program running on 5+2*3 and 5/2-4.5.