#include #include /* Get the hourly wage Get the hours per week Compute annual pay wage * hours * weeks_per_year if the pay < 12880 print below poverty line else print at or above poverty line Test Data: \$2.00 for 10 hours per week should be 1,040, which is below the poverty level \$24.78 for 10 hours per week, just below \$24.79 for 10 hours per week, just above Change the FPL to 5200, and test with 10,10 */ using namespace std; const float WEEKS_PER_YEAR {52}; const int POVERTY_LEVEL{12889}; int main() { float wage{0}, hoursPerWeek{0}, annualIncome{0}; cout << "Enter your hourly wage => "; cin >> wage; cout << endl; cout << "Enter the hours you work each week => "; cin >> hoursPerWeek; cout << endl; annualIncome = wage * hoursPerWeek * WEEKS_PER_YEAR; cout << showpoint << fixed << setprecision(2); cout << endl; cout << "A person making \$" << wage << " per hour," << endl; cout << "who works " << hoursPerWeek << " hours per week," << endl; cout << "will make \$" << annualIncome << " per year." << endl; cout << "This is "; if (POVERTY_LEVEL > annualIncome) { cout << "below"; } else { cout << "at or above"; } cout << " the federal poverty level for 2022." << endl; cout << endl; return 0; }