Hi this is a homework assignment, and I dont want anybody to just give it away because I really want to learn my self but I am so stumped.. I understand I need too add the first number of pennies together but I am so confused on how to do this, would i use 2 variables to get this and add them together? But if i did this I dont think it would work in one cout statement since Day 1 should start with 1 penny... so thats why I was thinking I needed to use pennies++; but I have no clue somebody please point me in the right direction here is the code so far

it should be 1 penny for day 1Code:#include <iostream> #include <cmath> #include <iomanip> using namespace std; int main() { int totalDays = 0, pennies = 0, days = 1, pay; do{ cout << "How many days have you worked? "; cin >> totalDays; if(totalDays < 1) cout << endl << "Pick up some hours please...re-enter." << endl << endl; }while(totalDays < 1); cout << setw(5) << left << endl << "Day #" << setw(17) << right << "Pay" << endl << "------------------------" << endl; while(days <= totalDays) { pennies += days; cout << setw(5) << left << "Day " << days++ << setw(17) << right << pennies; cout << endl; } system("pause"); return 0; }

2 pennies for day 2

4 pennies for day 3

8 pennies for day 4 because 1+2+4 plus the 1 penny for that day...and this makes me think like the pennies for all those days have to have seperate variables but I know for sure that thats not what im suppose to do...so confused