Write a C++ program to estimate the springtime count of deer in a park for 10 consecutive years.
The population of any given year depends on the previous year’s population according to the following calculation: If the lowest winter temperature was less than 0 degrees, the deer population drops by 15%. If the lowest winter temperature was between 0 degrees F and 25 degrees F (inclusive), the deer population drops by 10%. If the lowest winter temperature was between 26 degrees F and 30 degrees F (inclusive), the deer population doesn’t change. If the lowest winter temperature was between 31 degrees F and 35 degrees F (inclusive), the deer population rises by 12%. If the lowest winter temperature was higher than 35 degrees F, the deer population rises by 14%.
Input: The program should accept a starting year from the user, along with the initial deer population. For each subsequent year in the simulation, the program should prompt the user to enter the lowest winter temperature.
Output: The program should print the calendar year and the population during the spring.
A partial example of running such a program is shown below, with the user’s input shown in italics.
== Deer population simulation program == Please enter the starting year. 1985 Please enter the starting population for the deer. 150 What was the lowest winter temperature in 1985? -10 In spring 1985, the deer population is 127. What was the lowest winter temperature in 1986? 25 In spring 1986, the deer population is 114. What was the lowest winter temperature in 1987? 36 In spring 1987, the deer population is 129. …
You need to do the calculations for exactly 10 years (i.e. The program should ask for 10 temperatures and output 10 populations in total). Note that the deer population cannot be decimal.