You are the nutritional coach for a local high school football team. You realize that some of the players are not up to par having returned from summer break. Realizing nutrition plays a key in a productive team, you decide to implement a Body Mass Index Program.
Write a modularized Body Mass Index (BMI) Program which will calculate the BMI of a team player. The formula to calculate the BMI is as follows:
BMI = Weight *703 / Height^2
Note: Height^2 means, the value of Height raised to the power of 2.
Your program should utilize the following functions:
For this project:
Tips: Remember, changing a value that has been passed into a function does not change the original value. Data passed into functions are only copies of the original value.
Remember to follow the guidelines of good program design. Make sure to use meaningful variable names, include comments as needed, and provide thoughtful output.
Remember, while you can pass as many arguments into a function as you want, but a function can only return one thing at a time. Ideally, to use a function to modify a variable or object, you will pass that object into the function, along with any other needed information to make the modifications, make the modifications to the new local copy of the object inside of the function, and then return the modified object. Thus, you will overwrite the original object with the returned modified object.
Welcome to the BMI Index Calculator.
Please begin by entering the student's name, or 0 to quit: Nathan
Please enter student's height in inches: 70
Please enter student's weight in pounds: 135
Nathan 's BMI profile:
Weight: 135 lbs.
BMI Index: 19.4
Enter next student's name or 0 to quit: Toby
Please enter student's height in inches: 73
Please enter student's weight in pounds: 310
Toby 's BMI profile:
Weight: 310 lbs.
BMI Index: 40.9
Enter next student's name or 0 to quit: 0
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