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Write a short program called temperature.cxx to calculate temperature conversions as described below.
Input. The program asks the user for these pieces of information:
Output. The program then prints messages with this information:
Pant, pant, pant
You are a fugitive from the law of averages.
32.00F 0.00C 273.15K You are a fugitive from the law of averages.
// The program must have a comment at the top that lists the // name of the source file, the name and e-mail address of the // student, the current date, and a short description of the // purpose of the program.
Each variable declaration must include a comment indicating the
purpose of the variable. All these declarations must be at the
top of the main function (right after
int main( )).
The program must return EXIT_SUCCESS to the operating system.
Check that the program compiles and runs correctly. Submit the program to culearn.colorado.edu