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Week 1 Programming Fundamentals: IPO Charts Fall 2016 Assignment 1 (Part A) – Due in week 2 at the beginning of your first COMP100 class. You will work in groups of four students. Each group will submit one printout and all members of the group will receive the same mark. Your printout should have a cover page indicating the course code → COMP100-001, the assignment title → Assignment 1 (Part A) and a list of the members of the group. For each of the problems below determine what is required i.e. identify the output(s) and then the given input(s). Do a sample calculation that will transform the input into the required output. If this is successful, then the problem is solvable. If it can be solved then create a three-column IPO chart similar to the ones we did in your first class and then generate an algorithm. Else if it is not solvable then explain what is needed to make it solvable. If you make any assumption in your calculation, then you must clearly state so.
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  • Fall '15
  • Allan Randall
  • Boeing 747, Rogers Centre, Cherry Entertainment Center, Cherry Entertainment Corp., Scarborough Town Center, Gerard The Plumber

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