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### EGR_102_Lecture_HW_07

Course: EGR 102, Spring 2011
School: Michigan State University
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102 EGR Lecture HW 07 Due at beginning of lecture on Friday, February 25 2 Problems, 9 Points Total Name: Problem 1 (3 pts): PID: Lab Section #: Develop a flowchart for a program that determines a letter grade from a numeric score ranging from 0 to 100 based on the following: A = 90-100 B = 80-89 C = 70-79 D = 60-69 F = 0-59 EGR 102 1 of 2 pages Lecture HW 07 Problem 2 (6 pts): The figure below shows a...

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102 EGR Lecture HW 07 Due at beginning of lecture on Friday, February 25 2 Problems, 9 Points Total Name: Problem 1 (3 pts): PID: Lab Section #: Develop a flowchart for a program that determines a letter grade from a numeric score ranging from 0 to 100 based on the following: A = 90-100 B = 80-89 C = 70-79 D = 60-69 F = 0-59 EGR 102 1 of 2 pages Lecture HW 07 Problem 2 (6 pts): The figure below shows a cylindrical tank with a conical base. If the liquid level is in the conical part, the volume is the simply conical volume of liquid. If the liquid level is midrange in the cylindrical part, the total volume of liquid includes the filled conical part and the partially filled cylindrical part. Develop a flowchart for a program to compute the tank's volume based on the liquid depth, d. Design the program so that it returns the volume for all cases where the depth is less than 3R. Return an error message ("Overtop") if you overtop the tank (d > 3R). EGR 102 2 of 2 pages Lecture HW 07
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