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Input and Output Example Appendix B

# Input and Output Example Appendix B - price per gallon to...

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Axia College Material Appendix B Input and Output Process Example The following example explains how to write a program that calculates the cost of painting a room. If the user provides the price of a gallon of paint; the number of square feet one gallon covers; and the length, height, and width of the room, you can calculate the total cost of painting the room. To calculate the total cost, determine the room area, and divide the area to be painted by the number of square feet one gallon covers. Then, multiply the number of gallons needed by the
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Unformatted text preview: price per gallon to find the total cost. Finally, provide the total cost to the user. The following chart illustrates the data input and output process: IT 210 Input Process Output Price Square feet per gallon Width Length Height Get user input Price Square feet per gallon Width Length Height Length Height Width Find room area Total area Square feet per gallon Total area Divide area Gallons needed Gallons needed Price Multiply gallons Total cost Price Square feet per gallon Width Length Height Total cost Display total Total cost...
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