Compute The Average Kids Per Family. Note That The Integers Should Be Type Cast To Doubles.

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4.3.1: Type casting: Computing average kids per family

Compute the average kids per family. Note that the integers should be type cast to doubles.


import java.util.Scanner;

public class TypeCasting {
public static void main (String [] args) {
int numKidsA;
int numKidsB;
int numKidsC;
int numFamilies;
double avgKids;

    numKidsA = 1;
    numKidsB = 4;
    numKidsC = 5;
    numFamilies = 3;

    avgKids = (numKidsA + numKidsB + numKidsC) / (double)(numFamilies);
    /* Solution above */

    System.out.print("Average kids per family: ");


Output: Average kids per family: 3.3333333333333335

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