Name: ____________________________________________________ Alpha: _____________________

1. [10pts] For each expression denoted below, fill in the type of the expression.

a___________ , b ___________, c ______________, d___________ , e ___________
char next;
int count = 0, total = 0;
cin >> next;
_______________a_______________________
/                                       \
while((next == '0' || next == '1') && count < 8)
{      \_________/
b               c
/ \
total = total*2 + next - '0';
\__________________/
d
cin >> next;

}
cout << char(total) << endl;
\_________/
e

2. [90pts] Write a program that reads in two fractions from the user and prints out the sum of the two numbers in lowest terms. Recall (from grade school!) that $$\frac{n_1}{d_1} + \frac{n_2}{d_2} = \frac{n_1 d_2 + n_2 d_1}{d_1 d_2}.$$ and that to reduce a fraction $n/d$ to lowest terms you divide the numerator $n$ and the denominator $d$ by the greatest common divisor of $n$ and $d$. Of course, further down in these lecture notes we discuss greatest common divisor! A run of your program should look something like this:
~/$./fadd Enter a fraction addition problem: 15/28 + 7/32 15/28 + 7/32 = 169/224 ~/$ ./fadd
Enter a fraction addition problem: 68/748 + 111/714
68/748 + 111/714 = 645/2618


Turn In a printout of your code, along with a screen capture of your program running on both of the above test inputs.