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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Fundamentals of C Arrays

float math_constants[2]; is big enough to hold three numbers, not two numbers like the question asks for.

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 Vladimir Cezar
 Vladimir Cezar
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Sorry, but this is not correct.

By declaring an array as in

float math_constants[2];

you are creating an array that can hold UP TO 2 values that can be referenced as

math_constants[0]; and math_constants[1];