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Week 5 Assignment: Pseudocode and Flowchart Solution

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Create a FLOWCHART and a PSEUDOCODE for each problem.

Use the information below to create a pseudocode (which can be a text-based description for solving the problems) and a flowchart (using flowchart symbols to illustrate how you would program) to solve each problem. You may use Microsoft Word® for your pseudocode and Microsoft PowerPoint® for your flowchart.

1.   Problem 1: Write a program that will calculate the problem and stop after the condition has been met. This is an IF/THEN/ELSE problem.

a=1

b=a+1

c=a+b

Condition: If c is less than 5, then the loop will continue; else, it will end.

2.   How many loops will be necessary to meet the condition incrementing 'c' by 1? Why?

Assignment Rubric:

 Requirements Points Available Points Earned Comments Pseudocode describing how to calculate for Problem 1. 40 40 Flowchart illustrating how to program for Problem 1. 40 40 Provide a correct response to "How many loops will be necessary to meet the condition incrementing 'c' by 1? Why?" 10 10 Total 100 100

Submission Instructions:

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Create one pseudocode (using Microsoft Word) and one flowchart (using Microsoft PowerPoint) for the problem above. Zip all files into one zip file and upload here for grading.

Make sure each submission is labeled with the following:

solution for question 1

the pseudocode

Begin

initialize variables a, b and c as integer types

assign variable c as zero

while c is less than 5 then

assign 1 to variable a

let b = a +1

let c = a +...

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This question was answered on: Feb 21, 2020

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