Book says: Modify what I originally did to read an int rather than a double. Note that sqrt() is not defined for an int so assign n to a double and take the sqrt() of that.

Output1:

//Exercise Operators on pg.67 #include "std_lib_facilities.h" int main() { cout<<"Please enter a floating-point value:"; double n; cin>> n; cout<< "n == " << n <<"\nn+1=="<<n+1 <<"\nthreetimes n == " <<3*n <<"\ntwice n == " << n+n <<"\nn squared == " << n*n <<"\n half of n == " << n/2 <<"\nsquare root of n == "<<sqrt(n) <<endl; keep_window_open(); }

Output2 w/int:

//Exercise Operators on pg.67 #include "std_lib_facilities.h" int main() { cout<<"Please enter a floating-point value:"; int n; cin>> n; cout<< "n == " << n <<"\nn+1=="<<n+1 <<"\nthreetimes n == " <<3*n <<"\ntwice n == " << n+n <<"\nn squared == " << n*n <<"\n half of n == " << n/2 <<"\nsquare root of n == "<<sqrt(n) <<endl; keep_window_open(); }

I appreciate your time with this. I know it's nothing major but I feel I should be getting an error I also feel that I'm probably doing something stupid and am just overlooking it.

Thanks!