The algorithm accepts and stores a number in the “month” variable in response to the first question and accepts and stores a number in the “day” variable in response to the second question. If the month entered is not between 1 and 12 inclusive, an information message should be displayed to the user warning that the number entered is not valid as a month; in the same way we proceed with the number that represents the day of the month if it is not in the range between 1 and 31. Modify the algorithm to alert the user to no enter numbers with decimals. Part II. 1. In the following pseudocode, what percentage raise will an employee in Department 8 receive? if department < 5 then raise = SMALL_RAISE else endif if department < 14 then raise = MEDIUM_RAISE else endif if department < 9 then raise = BIG_RAISE endif 2. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for a program that accepts two numbers from a user and displays one of the following messages: First is larger, second is larger, numbers are equal. 3. Cecilia’s Boutique wants several lists of salesperson data. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for the following: a. A program that accepts one salesperson’s ID number, number of items sold in the last month, and total value of the items and displays data message only if the salesperson is a high performer—defined as a person who sells more than 200 items in the month.
b. A program that accepts the salesperson’s data and displays a message only if the salesperson is a high performer—defined a person who sells more than 200 items worth at least $1,000 in the month. 4. The Dash Cell Phone Company charges customers a basic rate of $5 per month to send text messages. Additional rates are as follows: • The first 100 messages per month, regardless of message length, are included in the basic bill. • An additional three cents are charged for each text message after the 100th message, up to and including 300 messages. • An additional two cents are charged for each text message after the 300th message. • Federal, state, and local taxes add a total of 14 percent to each bill. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for the following: a. A program that accepts the following data about one customer’s messages: area code (three digits), phone number (seven digits), and number of text messages sent. Display all the data, including the monthend bill both before and after taxes are added. b. A program that continuously accepts data about text messages until a sentinel value is entered, and displays all the details c. A program that continuously accepts data about text messages until a sentinel value is entered and displays details only about customers who send more than 100 text messages. d. A program that continuously accepts data about text messages until a sentinel value is entered and displays details only about customers whose total bill with taxes is over $10. A program that prompts the user for a three-digit area code from which to select bills. Then the program continuously accepts text message data until a sentinel value is entered and displays data only for messages sent from the specified area code. 5. Black Dot Printing is attempting to organize carpools to save energy. Each input record contains an employee’s name and town of residence. Ten percent of the company’s employees live in Wonder Lake; 30 percent live in the adjacent town of Woodstock. Black Dot wants to encourage employees who live in either town to drive to work together. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for the following:
a. A program that accepts an employee’s data and displays it with a message that indicates whether the employee is a candidate for the carpool (because he lives in one of the two cities). b. A program that continuously accepts employee data until a sentinel value is entered and displays a list of all employees who are carpool candidates. Make sure the decision-making process is as efficient as possible. c. A program that continuously accepts employee data until a sentinel value is entered and displays a list of all employees who are ineligible to carpool because they do not live in either Wonder Lake or Woodstock. Make sure the decision-making process is as efficient as possible. Requirements: • Show your work in a Word document. o Include all your work for each question. o You can include screenshots of work done on paper. • For all justification exercises, remember to use the definitions and principles that we have learned thus far. • You must prepare a written work where you respond to the programming exercises. The work must comply with APA academic writing standards. You must support your answer using appropriate sources that are properly cited. • Minimum four pages in length, excluding the Title and Reference page. • APA format, including an in-text citation for referenced works. • At least three resources.
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