Wk01_IPO_charts_lab_exercise_01

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Programming I Lab exercise - IPO Chart For each of the problems below, identify the output(s), the inputs and decide if the problem is solvable. If it can be solved, do a sample calculation, generate an algorithm and create an IPO chart with the required algorithm Jack Osaki, one of the shipping clerks at Quality Builders, earns $7 per hour. Last week, Jack worked 40 hours. He wants you to write a program that will display his weekly gross pay. Output: Input: Sample calculation: Three column IPO chart Sarah Martin has been working for Quality Builders for four years. Last year, Sarah
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