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Week 4 Discussion Problems

# Week 4 Discussion Problems - Week 4 D iscussion P roblems...

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Week 4 Discussion Problems For the following problems, design the flowchart and pseudo code that solves the problem. You will write these loops in the program for simplicity. Also, try implementing your solutions in Visual Basic. We provide some examples to get you started. Example 1: Loops that Count Write a program in pseudo code that displays the numbers 1 to 10 inclusive. Use a while loop. Pseudo Code Flowchart Start Declare Variables Numeric count count= 1 while count<=10 Display count count= count+1 end while Stop

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Example 1: Matched Problems 1. Write a program that displays the numbers 23 to 45 inclusive. Use a while loop. 2. Write a program that displays all the odd numbers between 5 and 21 inclusive. Use a while loop. 3. Write a program that displays the numbers 20 to 13 in descending order. Use a while loop. (Hint: before your loop, make count= 20. Make your loop execute while count >=13. Make sure you DECREMENT your counter by 1 each time, ie, count= count-1) 4. Write a program that displays the numbers 15 to 8 in descending order. Use a while loop (this problems is like the previous question). 5. Write a program that displays all the even numbers between 2 and 12 inclusive. Use a do while loop (Hint: your counter will need to increment by 2 each time) 6. Write a program that displays all the odd numbers between 3 and 19 inclusive. Example 2:
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