## Project: Magic or Math

There are many variations on the magic trick where the magician asks the audience member to think of a number. He then instructs the audience member to perform a number of math operations on that number that seem to generate a random result, however the magician is always able to miraculously guesses the correct result.

- Think of a number
- Double it
- Add 10
- Halve it
- Subtract your original number
- The answer is 5

Write a program that defines an integer variable with the original value randomly generated between 1 and 100. Print the value of the variable after each stage of the trick so we can see how the trick progresses. Run the program a number of times. Is the answer always 5?

## Output

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**g++ -std=c++17 MagicOrMath.cpp -o MagicOrMath -lfmt**$**./MagicOrMath**Value: 63 Double Value: 126 Now add 10: 136 Cut in half: 68 Subtract Original Value: 5 Answer above should be 5 $**g++ -std=c++17 MagicOrMath.cpp -o MagicOrMath -lfmt**$**./MagicOrMath**Value: 63 Double Value: 126 Now add 10: 136 Cut in half: 68 Subtract Original Value: 5 Answer above should be 5 $**g++ -std=c++17 MagicOrMath.cpp -o MagicOrMath -lfmt**$**./MagicOrMath**Value: 63 Double Value: 126 Now add 10: 136 Cut in half: 68 Subtract Original Value: 5 Answer above should be 5