**Exercise 2 was a little more involving as far as conversions go. Nevertheless, I was able to find a solution to this:**

*2. Write a short program that asks for your height in feet and inches and your weight in*

*pounds. (Use three variables to store the information.) Have the program report your*

*body mass index (BMI). To calculate the BMI, first convert your height in feet and inches*

*to your height in inches (1 foot = 12 inches). Then, convert your height in inches to*

*your height in meters by multiplying by 0.0254. Then, convert your weight in pounds*

*into your mass in kilograms by dividing by 2.2. Finally, compute your BMI by dividing*

*your mass in kilograms by the square of your height in meters. Use symbolic constants*

*to represent the various conversion factors.*

#include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { const int foot = 12; const double meter = 0.0254; const double kilo = 2.2; int feet; int inches; int pounds; int heightInches; double weightKG; double meters; double bmi; // gather input cout << "Enter your height in feet: "; cin >> feet; cout << "Enter your height in inches: "; cin >> inches; cout << "Enter your weight in pounds: "; cin >> pounds; // Calculate BMI heightInches = feet * foot + inches; meters = heightInches * meter; weightKG = pounds / kilo; bmi = weightKG / (meters * meters); cout << "Your Body Mass Index(BMI) is: " << bmi << endl; return 0; }