The similarities of the programs are both programs are used to add two numbers together.
The differences of the programs are one program is a console view, or text based, and the
other program is a graphic
Dim mobileProvider As Integer
Dim dataOption As Integer
Console.WriteLine("Enter 1 for AT&T, Enter 2 for Sprint, Enter 3 for
mobileProvider = Console.ReadLine()
Console.WriteLine("Enter 1 f
Unit 2 Assignment
Short Answer pg. 71
1. What does a professional programmer usually do first to gain an understanding of a
A) Using tools such as flowcharts and pseudocodes are the first step in designing a
Unit 3 Assignment
(Short Answer 5 & 6 pg. 71)
5. What two things must you normally specify in a variable declaration?
a. The variables name
b. The variables data type
6. What value is stored in uninitialized variable?
Console.WriteLine("This part of the program will code Program 2-6 from
Dim dollars As Double = 2.75
Console.WriteLine("I have " & dollars & " in my account.")
dollars = 99.95
Purpose of Variable
Stores the cost of fiber
Stores the company name
Stores the number of feet to be installed
Stores the calculated cost of installed fiber
Unit 4 Assignment
Short Answer (1-7 pg. 111)
1. How do modules help you to reuse code in a program?
A) You are writing the code to perform a task once and the reusing it each time you need to perform the
2. Name and desc
Unit 1 Assignment
Pg. 26 Short Answer 1-7
1. Why is the CPU the most important component in a computer?
A) The CPU is what is used to fetch, decode, and execute files from certain programs or
applications. Without a CPU a com
Dim keepGoing As String = "Yes"
While keepGoing = "Yes"
Console.WriteLine("Do you want to run the program again? Yes or No")
keepGoing = Console.ReadLine()
attAverage >= verizonAverage
tmobileAverage = 868
verizonAverage < sprintAverage
sprintAverage != attAverage
True or False
If tmobileAverage > 800 AND verizonAver