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This is the code you asked  Declare EmpNames[100], Salaries[100]  Set x=1  Set Sum=0  Set Mean =0  Display "Enter the number of Employees"  input EmployeesCount  FOR x = 1 to EmployeesCount DO             Display "Enter the Employee Name and sallry"       input Name,sallary       Set EmpNames[x]=Name       Set Salaries[x]=sallary       Set Sum=Sum+sallary  END FOR  Set Mean=Sum/EmployeesCount  Set CntAbove =0  Set CntBelow=0  FOR x = 1 to EmployeesCount DO      If Salaries[x] > Mean Then       Set CntAbove = CntAbove + 1
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Unformatted text preview: End If If Salaries[x] < Mean Then Set CntBelow = CntBelow + 1 End If END FOR Display "The Average Salary is: \$"+Mean Display "The number of Salaries Above the Average Salary is:"+CntAbove Display "The number of Salaries Below the Average Salary is:"+CntBelow Read more: WK 5 Checkpoint- Simple Array Process Input a list of employee - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/computer-programming/1v0fn-wk-checkpoint-simple-array-process-input-list-employee.html#ixzz1V209zgd6...
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