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SSC130 DISCUSSION BOARD 5 The relational style of learning sometimes conflicts with the traditional school environment. Could a school be created that takes advantage of the characteristics of the relational style? How? Are there types of learning for which the analytical style is clearly superior? (Mod 17 Rethink) Page 191 Discussion Board 11 Chapter 28 World War and Revolution What factors contributed to the division of Europe into two hostile blocs prior to WWI? Introduction to programming YOUR ASSIGNMENT This final graded project is divided into two parts. Part 1 Turn to page 223 of your textbook and locate Programming Exercise 2—Calories Burned. Create a program that calculates the number of calories burned while running on a treadmill. An individual running on this particular treadmill burns 3.9 calories per minute. Design a program that uses a loop to display the number of calories burned after running 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 minutes. To complete Part 1, 1. Create a flowchart for this program using the data provided. 2. Create pseudocode for this program using the data provided. Part 2 Turn to page 427 of your textbook and locate Programming Exercise 6—Golf Scores. You’ll create a program for a Golf Club that n Reads each player’s name and golf score as keyboard inputs and saves these records as golf.dat. n Reads the golf.dat records and displays them. To complete Part 2, 1. Create a flowchart for this program using the data provided. 2. Create pseudocode for this program using the data provided. SUBMITTING YOUR WORK Congratulations! Now that you’ve completed the final graded programming project, you’re ready to apply all you’ve learned about programming to your own projects. All you must do now is inspect your completed project files one last time before you e-mail the files to your instructor for grading. Be sure to submit these four files for grading: 1. Part 1: Flowchart
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2. Part 1: Pseudocode 3. Part 2: Flowchart 4. Part 2: Pseudocode Follow this procedure to submit your assignment online: 1. On your computer, save a revised and corrected version of your project. Make sure to include the project number (41800600) to identify the project. 2. Go to http://www.pennfoster.edu and log in. 3. Go to Student Portal. 4. Click on Take Exam next to the lesson on which you’re working 5. Enter your e-mail address in the box provided. (Note: This information is required for online submission.) 6. Attach your file or files as follows: n Click on the Browse box. n Locate the file you wish to attach. n Double-click on the file. Click on Upload File. 7. Click on Submit Files. Your instructor will use these guidelines to grade your project: Lesson 1 Graded Project Project Number: 41882700 This graded project will test your knowledge of what you’ve learned in this course so far. If you’ve read all the material in each assignment and completed the checkpoints, review questions, and assigned exercises in the text, you shouldn’t have any problems successfully completing these tasks. Complete Exercise 6 on page 118 by creating both n Pseudocode n A flowchart Scenario A personal trainer asks you to create a program to calculate and displays client’s body mass index (BMI). Use the information in Exercise 6 on page 118 to create this program by 1. Creating the pseudocode for this program 2. Creating a flowchart for this program Hint: Use Visio or Microsoft Word’s Drawing toolbar. Submitting Your Project Follow this procedure to submit your assignment online: 1. On your computer, save a revised and corrected version of your project. Make sure to include the project number (41882700) to identify the project. 2. Go to http://www.pennfoster.edu and log in. 3. Go to Student portal. 4. Click on Take Exam next to the lesson on which you’re working 5. Enter your e-mail address in the box provided. (Note: This information is required for online submission.) 6. Attach your file or files as follows: n Click on the Browse box. n Locate the file you wish to attach. n Double-click on the file. n Click on Upload File. 7. Click on Submit Files.
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