Name:_
Week 3 ActivityDecision Calendar
TCO 3Given a simple problem, design and desk-check a solution algorithm requiring a modular
design that is expressed in terms of pseudocode or program notes, input-process-output (IPO)
analysis, and a flow chart.
TC
Name: Justin Fetters
TCO #4 Given a simple business problem that requires one or more decisions, create a solution
algorithm that uses decisions with logical and relational expressions.
TCO #9 Given a program with logic errors that is intended as a soluti
Scenario:
You have been asked to design a program that will allow a teacher to calculate the percentage
and the final grade for students in a class. The program will prompt the teacher to enter the
students first and last name and the number of points the
Scenario:
In this lab you are going to extend the Fireworks Checkout Stand application in Week 6. This
week we
will be more efficient by using files and modularizing the program. This week we will be even
more
efficient, loading our array of valid zip cod
Name:_
Week 7 iLabSales Tax
TCO 3: Given a simple problem, design and desk-check a solution algorithm requiring a
modular design that is expressed in terms of pseudocode or program notes, input-processoutput (IPO) analysis, and flow chart.
TCO 7: Given a
Name:_
Week 3 ActivityDecision Calendar
TCO 3Given a simple problem, design and desk-check a solution algorithm requiring a
modular design that is expressed in terms of pseudocode or program notes, input-processoutput (IPO) analysis, and a flow chart.
TCO
Your goal is to solve the following programming lab activity. Write a program that prompts &
accepts a number between 1 and 12. After getting the input, display the number with the
appropriate month. (example: This is the 1st monthJanuary, This is the 2nd
Name:_
Week 4 iLabGrade Calculator
TCO 4Given a simple problem that requires one or more decisions, create a solution
algorithm that uses decisions with logical and relational expressions.
TCO 8Given a more complex problem, develop a complete solution tha
Name:_
TCO #1 Given a simple business problem, design and desk-check a solution algorithm that is
expressed in terms of pseudocode or program notes and input-process-output (IPO) analysis leading
to a flow chart.
Assignment:
This activity will assist you
Justin Fetters
Your goal is to solve the following simple programming exercise. You have been contracted
by a local antique store to design an algorithm determining the total purchases and sales
tax. According to the store owner, the user will need to see
Name:
Week 2 ActivityGame Seating Charges
TCO 2Given a simple problem, design a solution algorithm that uses arithmetic expressions and
built-in functions.
Assignment
Your goal is to solve the following simple programming exercise. You have been contracte
Name:_
Week 1 Lab
TCO 1: Given a simple problem, design and desk-check a solution that is expressed in terms of
pseudocode, flowchart, and/or input-process-output (IPO) diagrams.
Lab
This exercise will cover the steps used to create a solution. You will u
Name: Jason Hopkins
Week 3 ActivityDecision Calendar
TCO 3Given a simple problem, design and desk-check a solution algorithm requiring a modular
design that is expressed in terms of pseudocode or program notes, input-process-output (IPO)
analysis, and a f
Name:Shane Devers
Week 1 ActivityPseudocode and Visual Basic
TCO 1Given a simple business problem, design and desk-check a solution that is expressed in
terms of pseudocode, flowchart, and/or input-process-output (IPO) diagrams.
Assignment
This activity w
Name:_
Week 3 iLabCalculate Overtime Pay
TCO 3Given a simple problem, design and desk-check a solution algorithm requiring a
modular design that is expressed in terms of pseudocode or program notes, input-processoutput (IPO) analysis, and flow chart.
TCO
Your algorithm will keep track of a customers purchases at the local fireworks stand. Customers
will not know exactly how many items they will purchase, so using a FOR loop on this lab is not
allowed. Lets keep the rules simple.
1) Accept the dollar value
CIS115 Final Exam 1
1. (TCO 1) What does IPO of IPO Model stand for? (Points : 4)
2. (TCO 1) What is a data item with a name and a value that remain the same during the execution of a program? (Points : 4)
3. (TCO 1) What symbol in a flowchart would be us
Name:_
Week 1 Lab
TCO 1: Given a simple problem, design and desk-check a solution that is expressed in
terms of pseudocode, flowchart, and/or input-process-output (IPO) diagrams.
Lab
This exercise will cover the steps used to create a solution. You will u
Name: Justin Fetters
TCO #6 Given a simple business problem with data stored in a file, design, code, and test a solution algorithm that
reads input from the file and writes output to a file.
TCO #8 Given a business problem, develop a solution algorithm f
CEIS 100 week 8
Course Project
SHA NE J E NOCH
DE V RY U NIV E RSIT Y
PROF E SSOR E NT E SA RI
Week 1
Problem solving in professional
life
During week 1 we learned how to utilize problem solving
skills while performing engineering tasks.
Week 1 brought
Name:_
Justin Fetters
TCO #1 Given a simple business problem, design and desk-check a solution algorithm that is
expressed in terms of pseudocode or program notes and input-process-output (IPO) analysis leading
to a flow chart.
Assignment:
This activity w
CIS115 Final Exam 3
1. (TCO 1) When creating an IPO Model, program designers generally determine _ last. (Points : 4)
2. (TCO 1) What is a data item with a name and a value that remain the same during the execution of a program? (Points : 4)
3. (TCO 1) Wh
1. Question :
(TCOs 2, 3) What symbol would be used in a flowchart for the following
statement?
discount = price * .05
Parallelogram
Student Answer:
Diamond
Rectangle
Rounded rectangle
Appendix 1, page 264
Instructor
Explanation:
Points Received:
2 of 2
C
Scenario:
Your algorithm will keep track of a customers purchases at the local fireworks stand. Customers
will not know exactly how many items they will purchase, so using a FOR loop on this lab is not
allowed. Lets keep the rules simple.
1) Accept the do
CIS 115 Final Exam
(TCO 1) Displaying data on the screen is considered a(n) _ operation
(TCO 2) Which statement is not true about variable names
(TCO 3) The statement below would be placed within what symbol on a flowchart?
balance < 1000=">
(TCO 2) Set r
1. Question :
(TCO 4) What pseudocode keywords are used to represent a selection
with two actions?
If-Then
Student Answer:
While
If-Then-Else
Select Case
Chapter 4, lecture
Instructor
Explanation:
Points Received:
2 of 2
Comments:
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C IS115, Lab Solution
WAVECREST ENGINEERING
CIS115, Lab Solution
Pay Calculator (v1.0)
Ch ristin L Vits
CIS115 Week 1 Lab Solution (Pay Calculator, v1.0)Page 1
T his document specifies the complete analysis and design of the Pay Calculator program
C IS115
PART 1 (25 points): A cloth retail store is having a customer appreciation sale. Depending on the total
dollars purchased, the customer could receive a discount on his or her total purchases. You are to
develop pseudocode or C# code that will obtain the t
Cup of Instant Coffee
ThevariableX=hotwater
ThevariableY=coffeegrounds
Adding=stirring
AddXandYinacup,andstoretheresultinY.
DisplaythevalueinYonthescreen.
Output #1:
Cup of Coffee
Pseudocode #1:
var x = hot water
var y = coffee gorunds
y = x+y
print y
CIS246 Week 2 Lab Report
Week 2 Lab Report
This document contains the template you will use to complete this assignment. Save the file by adding
your last name to the filename (e.g. CIS246_W2_Lab_Report_EK_Smith.docx).
Follow the steps for this weeks lab.
Day Care Wonders
Income Statement
Author
Justin Cardiff
Date Created
6/3/2015
Purpose
This spreadsheet provides What-If analysis based on the
Income Statement of Jane Morales. This What-If analysis will
help Ms. Morales determine whether it is viable for
CIS246 Week 4 Lab Report
Week 4 Lab Report
This document contains the template you will use to complete this assignment. Save the file by adding
your last name to the filename (e.g. CIS246_W4_Lab_Report_EK_Smith.docx).
Follow the steps for this weeks lab.
Name:_
Week 2 iLab
TCO 2: Given a simple problem, design a solution algorithm that uses arithmetic expressions and
built-in functions.
Scenario
Your goal is to solve the following simple programming exercise. You have been contracted by a
local antique st
CIS246 Week 1 Lab Report
Week 1 Lab Report
This document contains the template you will use to complete this assignment. Save the file by adding
your last name to the filename (e.g. CIS246_W1_Lab_Report_EK_Smith.docx).
Follow the steps for this weeks lab.