Week 7 CIS and PHY discussion

Week 7 CIS and PHY discussion - the inventory data, the...

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p. 255 Experiment 6.3 # 1 p. 263 Programming Problem 6.4 # 1 What to submit: Your code and a screenshots that the results from your code all in a single doc, docx, or rtf file. Excises 6.3 1. Trace the bubble sort using the following integers, which represent the element in an array. 5,7,3,8,6,7,3 Excise 6.4 1. A sweatshirt manufacturer wants to take inventory of the college logo sweatshirts that it has stock. The company makes sweatshirts for seven colleges. Refer to the colleges by number, 1-7. Sweatshirts comes in four sizes; small, medium, large, and x-large. An employee gathers the inventory information by hand. Write a program that prompts the employee to enter the number of sweatshirts in stock for each of the seven colleges in each of the four sizes. Store the inventory information in two-dimensional array. After inputting
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Unformatted text preview: the inventory data, the program should display an inventory report in the following format. Inventory Report 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Total Small Medium Size Large XLarge College Total Total Quantity On Hand At the end of each row should be the total inventory for that size. At the bottom of each column should be total inventory of each college. The Total Quantity On Hand should be the total inventory of all sweatshirts. Think about the various rocks and sediments that make up the earth. Choose a rock type/sediment that you feel is more important than the rest. Start a thread with this rock type/sediment as the title and explain why you picked it in your discussion. Be sure to check back and read others' posts and comment/debate why you feel one sediment may be more important than the rest....
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This note was uploaded on 08/13/2011 for the course CIS 105 taught by Professor Hubbard during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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