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EGN 3211 Engineering Analysis & Design Spring 2006 Home Work Schedule
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HW# Due Points Exercises 1 1/23/06 1% Hello world program 2 2/06/06 1% Compound interest program. 3 3/27/06 3% Part 1: Functions, IO, arrays, loops 4 4/10/06 3% Part 2: Files 5 4/24/06 2% Part 3: Structures EC 4/24/06 3% Part 4: Objects and classes (extra credit) For the Tuesday-Thursday class the HW is due the next day. All homework must include: A Cover page with the following information Course number (EGN 3210) Your name Home work number Short description of the work done. Source code with comments. Program output. Notes: Comments on the source code are to explain what the code does. This will help the grader (TA) as well as your self understand how your code works and what each function does. Each function must have comments indicating exactly what that function does. Homework assignments are due at the BEGINING of the class meeting for the day it is due. Late HW receives a 1 time penalty of 10%. No HW will be accepted after the next HW is due (approximately 2 to 3 weeks). HW that does not compile or compiles but does not run or runs but there is no output to prove it will receives a grade of 50%. Therefore if the program does not run and its due it is better to keep it and get it to run before turning it in provided it does not exceed the next due date. Homework assignments are to be turned in to me (course instructor, Dr. Gonzalez) or put into my mailbox or under my office door (engr 211). You are required to keep a copy of all material incase it gets lost. You must also keep all graded material returned to you to prove it has been turned in on time.
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Homework Assignment #1 EGN 3210 Engineering Analysis & Design Topic: Familiarity with the compiler and entering and running the program. The Hello World! Program Enter the Hello World program and run it. Do not forget to print out the program listing and the output.
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Homework Assignment #2 EGN 3210 Engineering Analysis & Design Topic: Familiarity with functions, assignments, loops, if and user input. Compound Interest Write a program that computes the balance of a saving account at a bank after adding the compound interest. For example if I have $100 in my account and I get 12% interest (per year) compounded monthly then at the end of 3 months I will have: 03 . 103 $ ) 01 . 1 * ) 01 . 1 * ) 01 . 1 * 100 ((($ = Note that the monthly interest is % 1 12 % 12 = and if I do not consider the fact that it is compounded monthly I will simply have 03 . 103 103 $ ) 03 . 1 * 100 ( = . Your program should do the following steps: 1. Your program is to ask the user for : the initial savings amount the interest rate the number of months to compound. 2.
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