*n*copies of 1/n and then comparing the sum to 1. If the sum is equal to 1, an appropriate message is displayed stating that the result is equal to 1. If not, a message will display stating that the result is either less than 1 or greater than 1.

I made my program with the use of nested loops with the outer loop counting from 2 to 30 and the inner loop adding up the number of fractions based on the denomination amount. Ex. 1/2 + 1/2 on first iteration, 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3 on the second iteration, etc.

Here is the code:

int main(void) { /* Declare variables */ float sum; /* The sum of the fractions */ int frac_count, /* Counts the number of fractions to be summed in the iteration */ den_count; /* Counts fraction denominations from 2 to 30 */ /* Execute loops to help count denominations and sum up fractions in order to determine representational error */ for (den_count = 2; den_count <= 30; den_count++) { sum = 0; for (frac_count = 1; frac_count <= den_count; frac_count++) { /* Add up fractions */ sum += 1 / (float)den_count; } /* Compare fractions to 1 and print result */ if (sum == 1) printf("\nAdding n 1/n's gives a result of 1."); else if (sum < 1) printf("\nAdding n 1/n's gives a result less than 1."); else printf("\nAdding n 1/n's gives a result greater than 1."); } printf("\n"); return 0; }

The output looks pretty good to me but I want a second opinion just to make sure that the program is executing the way it is supposed to. Thanks.