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<p>Design a Pseudocode and Flowchart for the following:</p><p> a. A program that accepts insurance policy holder data including a policy number, customer last name, customer first name, age, premium due month, day and year, and the number of accidents in which the driver has been involved in the last three years. If a policy number entered is not between 1000 and 9999 inclusive, set the policy number to 0. If the month is not between 1 and 12 inclusive, or the day is not correct for the month ( for example, not between 1 and 31 for January or 1 and 29 or the day is not correct for the month (that is, between 1 and 31 for January, 1 and 29 for February), set the month, day, and year to 0.Display the policy data after any revisions have been made.</p><p> b. A program that continuously accepts a policy holder’s data until a sentinel value has been entered, and displays the data for any policy holder over 35 years old.</p><p> c. A program that accepts a policy holder’s data and displays the data for any policy holder who is at least 21 years old.</p><p> d. A program that accepts a policy holder’s data and displays the data for any policy holder no more than 30 years old. </p><p>e. A program that accepts a policy holder’s data and displays the data for any policy holder whose premium is due no later than March 15 any year. </p><p>f. A program that accepts a policy holder’s data and displays the data for any policy holder whose premium is due up to and including January 1, 2012.</p><p> g. A program that accepts a policy holder’s data and displays the data for any policy holder whose premium is due by April 27, 2011. </p><p>h. A program that accepts a policy holder’s data and displays the data for any policy holder who has a policy number between 1000 and 4000 inclusive, whose policy comes due in April or May of any year, and has had fewer than three accidents. </p><p>This maybe how they want it done? Example from a simular problem. </p><p>4. The Summerville Telephone Company charges 10 cents per minute for all calls outside the customer’s area code that last over 20 minutes. All other calls are 13 cents per minute. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for following: </p><p>a. A program that accepts data about one phone call: customer area code (three digits), customer phone number (seven digits), called area code (three digits), called number (seven digits), and call time in minutes (four digits). Display the calling number, called number, and price for the call.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Exercises</strong></p><p> </p><p>1</p><p>2.      Chocolate Delights Candy Company manufactures several types of candy. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for the following:<br /><br />a. A program that accepts a candy name (for example, "chocolate-covered blueberries"), price per pound, and number of pounds sold in the average month, and displays the item's data only if it is a best-selling item. Best-selling items are those that sell more than 2,000 pounds per month.</p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>a.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong>Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>      string name</p><p>      num pricePerPound</p><p>      num poundsSold</p><p>      num POUNDS_MIN = 2000</p><p>      get name, pricePerPound, poundsSold</p><p>      if poundsSold > POUNDS_MIN then</p><p>            print name, pricePerPound, poundsSold</p><p>      endif       </p><p>stop</p><p><br />b. A program that accepts candy data continuously until eof and produces a report that lists high-priced, best-selling items. Best-selling items are those that sell more than 2,000 pounds per month. High-priced items are those that sell for $10 per pound or more.</p><p> </p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>b.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong> Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>      string name</p><p>      num pricePerPound</p><p>      num poundsSold</p><p>      num POUNDS_MIN = 2000</p><p>      num PRICE_MIN = 10</p><p>      get name, pricePerPound, poundsSold</p><p>      while not eof</p><p>            if pricePerPound >= PRICE_MIN then</p><p>               if poundsSold > POUNDS_MIN</p><p>                     print name, pricePerPound, poundsSold</p><p>               endif </p><p>         endif</p><p>   get name, pricePerPound, poundsSold</p><p>   endwhile    </p><p>stop</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>3.      Pastoral College is a small college in the Midwest. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for following:<br /><br />a. A program that accepts a student's data: an ID number, first and last name, major field of study, and grade point average. Display a student's data if the student's grade point average is below 2.0.<br /><br /> </p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>a.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong>Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>      num idNumber</p><p>num gpa</p><p>string firstName</p><p>string lastName</p><p>string major</p><p>num MAX_GPA = 2.0</p><p>      get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa</p><p>      if gpa < MAX_GPA then</p><p>            print idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa</p><p>      endif       </p><p>stop</p><p><br />b. A program that continuously accepts students' data until eof and produces a report that lists all students whose grade point averages are below 2.0.</p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>b.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong>Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>      num idNumber</p><p>num gpa</p><p>string firstName</p><p>string lastName</p><p>string major</p><p>num MAX_GPA = 2.0</p><p>      get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa</p><p>      while not eof</p><p>         if gpa < MAX_GPA then</p><p>               print idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa</p><p>         endif </p><p>get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa</p><p>      endwhile    </p><p>stop</p><p><br />c. A program for the Literary Honor Society that continuously reads student data and displays every student who is an English major with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>c.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong>Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>      num idNumber</p><p>num gpa</p><p>string firstName</p><p>string lastName</p><p>string major</p><p>num MIN_GPA = 3.5</p><p>string MAJOR_TYPE = "English"</p><p>      get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa</p><p>      while not eof</p><p>         if major = MAJOR_TYPE then </p><p>               if gpa >= MAX_GPA then</p><p>                     print idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa</p><p>               endif </p><p>         endif</p><p>            get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa</p><p>      endwhile    </p><p>stop</p><p>4. The Summerville Telephone Company charges 10 cents per minute for all calls outside the customer's area code that last over 20 minutes. All other calls are 13 cents per minute. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for following:<br /><br />a. A program that accepts data about one phone call: customer area code (three digits), customer phone number (seven digits), called area code (three digits), called number (seven digits), and call time in minutes (four digits). Display the calling number, called number, and price for the call.<br /><br /> </p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>a.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong>Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>num custAreaCode</p><p>num custPhoneNum</p><p>num calledAreaCode</p><p>num calledPhoneNum</p><p>num minutes</p><p>num price</p><p>num LOW_RATE = 0.10</p><p>num HIGH_RATE = 0.13</p><p>num TIME_LIMIT = 20</p><p>      get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                                  calledPhoneNum, minutes</p><p>      if custAreaCode not equal to calledAreaCode AND </p><p>            minutes > TIME_LIMIT then</p><p>            price = minutes * LOW_RATE</p><p>      else</p><p>            price = minutes *  HIGH_RATE</p><p>   endif</p><p>   print custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum,             price</p><p>stop</p><p><br />b. A program that accepts data about a phone call and displays all the details only about a call that costs over $10.<br /><br /> </p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>b.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong>Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>num custAreaCode</p><p>num custPhoneNum</p><p>num calledAreaCode</p><p>num calledPhoneNum</p><p>num minutes</p><p>num price</p><p>num LOW_RATE = 0.10</p><p>num HIGH_RATE = 0.13</p><p>num TIME_LIMIT = 20</p><p>      get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                                  calledPhoneNum, minutes</p><p>      if custAreaCode not equal to calledAreaCode AND </p><p>            minutes > TIME_LIMIT then</p><p>            price = minutes * LOW_RATE</p><p>      else</p><p>            price = minutes *  HIGH_RATE</p><p>   endif</p><p>   if price > 10 then</p><p>         print custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                          calledPhoneNum, price</p><p>   endif</p><p>stop</p><p><br />c. A program that continuously accepts data about phone calls until eof is reached and displays details only about calls placed from the 212 area code to the 704 area code that last over 20 minutes.<br /><br /> </p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>c.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong>Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>num custAreaCode</p><p>num custPhoneNum</p><p>num calledAreaCode</p><p>num calledPhoneNum</p><p>num minutes</p><p>num price</p><p>num LOW_RATE = 0.10</p><p>num HIGH_RATE = 0.13</p><p>num TIME_LIMIT = 20</p><p>      get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                                  calledPhoneNum, minutes</p><p>      while not eof</p><p>         if custAreaCode = 212 AND calledAreaCode = 704 AND </p><p>            minutes > TIME_LIMIT then</p><p>               price = minutes * LOW_RATE</p><p>            print custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                             calledPhoneNum, price</p><p>      endif</p><p>      get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                         calledPhoneNum, minutes</p><p>endwhile</p><p>stop</p><p><br />d. A program that prompts the user for a three-digit area code. Then the program continuously accepts phone call data until eof is reached, and displays data for any phone call to or from the specified area code.</p><p> </p><p><em>Answer</em>: A sample solution is as follows:</p><p> </p><p>d.<strong> Flowchart:</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p><strong>Pseudocode:</strong></p><p> </p><p>start</p><p>num givenAreaCode</p><p>num custAreaCode</p><p>num custPhoneNum</p><p>num calledAreaCode</p><p>num calledPhoneNum</p><p>num minutes</p><p>num price</p><p>num LOW_RATE = 0.10</p><p>num HIGH_RATE = 0.13</p><p>num TIME_LIMIT = 20</p><p>get givenAreaCode</p><p>      get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                                  calledPhoneNum, minutes</p><p>      while not eof</p><p>         if custAreaCode = givenAreaCode OR </p><p>            calledAreaCode = givenAreaCode then</p><p>            if custAreaCode not equal to calledAreaCode AND </p><p>                  minutes > TIME_LIMIT then</p><p>                  price = minutes * LOW_RATE</p><p>            else</p><p>                  price = minutes *  HIGH_RATE</p><p>         endif</p><p>            print custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                             calledPhoneNum, price</p><p>      endif</p><p>      get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode,                         calledPhoneNum, minutes</p><p>endwhile</p><p>stop</p><p> </p>
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Chapter Four exercise 5 (Flowchart and Pseudocode)

5. The Drive-Rite Insurance Company provides automobile insurance policies for drivers. Design a flowchart or psuedocode for the following.

a. A program that accepts insurance policyholder data, including a policy number, customer last name, customer first name, age, premium due month, day, and year, and the number of accidents in which the driver has been involved in the last three years. If a policy number entered is not between 1000 and 9999 inclusive, then set the policy number to 0. If the month is not between 1 and 31 for January, 1 and 29 for February, and so on), then set the month, day, and year to 0. Display the policyholder data after any revisions have been made.

b. A program that continuously accepts a policyholder's data and displays the data for any policy holder who is more than 35 years old.

c. A program that accepts a policyholder's data and displays the data for any policyholder who is at least 21 years old.

d. A program that accepts a policyholder's data and displays the data for any policyholder who is no more than 30 years old.

e. A program that accepts a policyholder's data and displays the data for any policyholder whose premium is due no later than March 15 any year.

f. A program that accepts a policyholder's data and displays the data for any policyholder whose premium is due on or before January 1, href="http://www.justanswer.com/computer-programming/4krwt-design-pseudocode-flowchart-following-a.html2.

g. A program that accepts a policyholder's data and displays the data for any policyholder whose premium is due by April 27, href="http://www.justanswer.com/computer-programming/4krwt-design-pseudocode-flowchart-following-a.html1.

h. A program that accepts a policyholder's data and displays the data for any policyholder who has a policy number between 1000 and 4000 inclusive, whose policy comes due in April or May of any year, and has had fewer than three accidents.


 

Chapter 5 exercise 3

3. Design the logic for a program that outputs every number from 1 through 10 along with its square and cube.

Flowchart

Pseudocode

start

num number

num square

num cube

number = 1

while number <= 10

square = number * number

output number, square, cube

number = number + 1

endwhile

stop

 

 

Examples

 

2. Chocolate Delights Candy Company manufactures several types of candy. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for the following:

a. A program that accepts a candy name (for example, "chocolate-covered blueberries"), price per pound, and number of pounds sold in the average month, and displays the item's data only if it is a best-selling item. Best-selling items are those that sell more than 2,000 pounds per month.

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

a. Flowchart:

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

string name

num pricePerPound

num poundsSold

num POUNDS_MIN = 2000

get name, pricePerPound, poundsSold

if poundsSold > POUNDS_MIN then

print name, pricePerPound, poundsSold

endif

stop


b. A program that accepts candy data continuously until eof and produces a report that lists high-priced, best-selling items. Best-selling items are those that sell more than 2,000 pounds per month. High-priced items are those that sell for $10 per pound or more.

 

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

b. Flowchart:

 

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

string name

num pricePerPound

num poundsSold

num POUNDS_MIN = 2000

num PRICE_MIN = 10

get name, pricePerPound, poundsSold

while not eof

if pricePerPound >= PRICE_MIN then

if poundsSold > POUNDS_MIN

print name, pricePerPound, poundsSold

endif

endif

get name, pricePerPound, poundsSold

endwhile

stop

 

 

3. Pastoral College is a small college in the Midwest. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for following:

a. A program that accepts a student's data: an ID number, first and last name, major field of study, and grade point average. Display a student's data if the student's grade point average is below 2.0.

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

a. Flowchart:

 

 

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

num idNumber

num gpa

string firstName

string lastName

string major

num MAX_GPA = 2.0

get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa

if gpa < MAX_GPA then

print idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa

endif

stop


b. A program that continuously accepts students' data until eof and produces a report that lists all students whose grade point averages are below 2.0.

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

b. Flowchart:

 

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

num idNumber

num gpa

string firstName

string lastName

string major

num MAX_GPA = 2.0

get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa

while not eof

if gpa < MAX_GPA then

print idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa

endif

get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa

endwhile

stop


c. A program for the Literary Honor Society that continuously reads student data and displays every student who is an English major with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

 

 

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

c. Flowchart:

 

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

num idNumber

num gpa

string firstName

string lastName

string major

num MIN_GPA = 3.5

string MAJOR_TYPE = "English"

get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa

while not eof

if major = MAJOR_TYPE then

if gpa >= MAX_GPA then

print idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa

endif

endif

get idNumber, firstName, lastName, major, gpa

endwhile

stop

4. The Summerville Telephone Company charges 10 cents per minute for all calls outside the customer's area code that last over 20 minutes. All other calls are 13 cents per minute. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for following:

a. A program that accepts data about one phone call: customer area code (three digits), customer phone number (seven digits), called area code (three digits), called number (seven digits), and call time in minutes (four digits). Display the calling number, called number, and price for the call.

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

a. Flowchart:

 

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

num custAreaCode

num custPhoneNum

num calledAreaCode

num calledPhoneNum

num minutes

num price

num LOW_RATE = 0.10

num HIGH_RATE = 0.13

num TIME_LIMIT = 20

get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, minutes

if custAreaCode not equal to calledAreaCode AND

minutes > TIME_LIMIT then

price = minutes * LOW_RATE

else

price = minutes * HIGH_RATE

endif

print custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, price

stop


b. A program that accepts data about a phone call and displays all the details only about a call that costs over $10.

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

b. Flowchart:

 

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

num custAreaCode

num custPhoneNum

num calledAreaCode

num calledPhoneNum

num minutes

num price

num LOW_RATE = 0.10

num HIGH_RATE = 0.13

num TIME_LIMIT = 20

get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, minutes

if custAreaCode not equal to calledAreaCode AND

minutes > TIME_LIMIT then

price = minutes * LOW_RATE

else

price = minutes * HIGH_RATE

endif

if price > 10 then

print custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, price

endif

stop


c. A program that continuously accepts data about phone calls until eof is reached and displays details only about calls placed from the 212 area code to the 704 area code that last over 20 minutes.

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

c. Flowchart:

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

num custAreaCode

num custPhoneNum

num calledAreaCode

num calledPhoneNum

num minutes

num price

num LOW_RATE = 0.10

num HIGH_RATE = 0.13

num TIME_LIMIT = 20

get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, minutes

while not eof

if custAreaCode = 212 AND calledAreaCode = 704 AND

minutes > TIME_LIMIT then

price = minutes * LOW_RATE

print custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, price

endif

get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, minutes

endwhile

stop


d. A program that prompts the user for a three-digit area code. Then the program continuously accepts phone call data until eof is reached, and displays data for any phone call to or from the specified area code.

 

Answer: A sample solution is as follows:

 

d. Flowchart:

 

 

Pseudocode:

 

start

num givenAreaCode

num custAreaCode

num custPhoneNum

num calledAreaCode

num calledPhoneNum

num minutes

num price

num LOW_RATE = 0.10

num HIGH_RATE = 0.13

num TIME_LIMIT = 20

get givenAreaCode

get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, minutes

while not eof

if custAreaCode = givenAreaCode OR

calledAreaCode = givenAreaCode then

if custAreaCode not equal to calledAreaCode AND

minutes > TIME_LIMIT then

price = minutes * LOW_RATE

else

price = minutes * HIGH_RATE

endif

print custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, price

endif

get custAreaCode, custPhoneNum, calledAreaCode, calledPhoneNum, minutes

endwhile

stop

 

 

Expert:  jatechexpert replied 3 years ago.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you!

I'm taking this course online so it makes it difficult to get some concepts. I think they are just looking for simple flow charts and pseudocode simular to my examples. The text does not explain it to well for me. If the information I sent you is all mashed together let me know maybe I can send you a word document instead. Thanks

 

Bryan

Expert:  jatechexpert replied 3 years ago.

hi

 

here is link which gives you all the solutions with flowchart and psuedocode. hope it helps you

 

http://wikisend.com/download/949874/FlowPsuedo.doc]FlowPsuedo.doc

 

thanking you

 

withr regards



Edited by jatechexpert on 2/12/2011 at 2:34 PM EST
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
How do you down load the file? It won't let me down load the file from Wikisend.
Expert:  jatechexpert replied 3 years ago.

hi

 

 

no problem to open the download he file. i can easily download the link. you try this way

 

you just click on the the link. then it will show the wikisend.com to download. you clik on the download button. then it asks for whether to open or save. it is better to save anywhere in your system. after downloading complete, you open the saved file in you system.

 

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Looks like you did a lot of work. I'm having a hard time following it through the word document. I'm not to sure when one starts or stops. Can you put them in order for me?

Thanks for all your hard work.

Expert:  jatechexpert replied 3 years ago.

hi

 

ok . i will make it in seperate files. but give some time

 

thanking you

Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Thanks, I'm not sure how to follow what was given to me. Thanks for your time.
Expert:  jatechexpert replied 3 years ago.

hi

 

you need only flowchart and psuedocode for each question , right. that only i did. there re so many questions are there. if you need any thing else. or in other way

 

 

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