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Analysis

Input:

The input of this program will consist of the base price (BasePrice), the operating system choice (OSChoice), the monitor choice (MonitorChoice), and the case choice (CaseChoice). After the user has made all of the required choices, the program will determine the appropriate cost of that option: OSCost, MonitorCost, and CaseCost.

Output:

The required output for the program will be the total cost (TotalCost) of the state of the art gaming computer. The program will then determine the total cost of the state of the art gaming computer by using the following computation: TotalCost = BasePrice+OSCost+MonitorCost+CaseCost.

Variables:

BasePrice // The cost of the computer prior to the user deciding on the three options

OSChoice // The operating system selected by the user

Win7 // Windows 7 Home Premium

Win8 // Windows 8.1

RedHat // Red Hat Linux 9.0 Personal

MonitorChoice // The monitor selected by the user

Asus // Asus 23.6” LED

ViewSonic // ViewSonic 20” LED

Acer // Acer 23” LCD

CaseChoice // The case selected by the user

Thermal // Thermaltake Gaming Case

Rosewill // Rosewill Black Gaming Case

NZXT // NZXT Guardian Gaming Case

OSCost // The cost of the selected operating system

MonitorCost // The cost of the selected monitor

CaseCost // The cost of the selected case

TotalCost // The total cost of the gaming system

Design

Input the base price of the computer

Calculate user selected options to add the additional costs

Calculate the base price of the computer with the total of the user selected additional costs

Display the results of the total cost of the computer gaming system

// Gaming Price Calculator

// Programmer: S. Dunaway

// Version 1.0 – April 4, 2014

// This program will calculate the total price of optional components that will be purchased for the // purposes of…...

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...Course: CMIS 102 Date: 1/23/2014 Problem: Calculate the usable area in square feet of house. Assume that the house has a maximum of four rooms, and that each room is rectangular. We are trying to calculate the square feet of a 4 bedroom house To do this, I will need to know each room’s length and breadth, then calculate each room’s area before I will then find the total. Map: When * = times Sum = total Room# =Room number Length# = length or a particular room Breadth# = breadth or a particular room Formula: Area of Room1=length1*breadth1 Area of Room2=length2*breadth2 Area of Room3=length3*breadth3 Area of Room4=length4*breadth4 The total Number of Square Foot’s = Area of room1+ Area of room2+ Area of room3+ Area of room4 Program Design Pseudo code: Start Declare the variables v ,A as integer length[4], breadth[4],area[4] as double array sum as double Display “Enter the Rooms length and Breadth” For v = 1 to 4 do Accept length[v], breadth[v] Next v Display “Finding Area and total number of square foots” Set sum =0 For A= 1 to 4 Area [A] = length [A]* breadth [A] Sum = sum + Area [A] Next A Display “Total number of square foots”, sum Stop Program Comments and Test Data C++ code: #include<iostream> #include<string> Using namespace std; int main() { int v,A; double length[4], breadth[4] ,area[4], sum; } cout<<"\nEnter the length and breadth of each room"; for (v=0;v<4;v++) { cout<<"\nRoom......

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...CMIS102 Homework Assignment 2 Student Name: Class/Section: CMIS 102/ 3110 Professor Name: Assignment due date: 03 February 2014 Problem definition: Calculate the total price to purchase all the components required to build a state-of-the-art gaming computer from components available on the internet. A. Problem Analysis – Following the directions in the assignment, clearly write up your problem analysis in this section. We are writing a program to calculate the total cost of a gaming computer system. The total cost the computer system should be calculated using the following formula (TotalCost= CpuChoiceCost + RAMChoiceCost + HardDriveCost + ComponentsCost). The cost will be represented by integers. The results should be placed in variable TotalCost. The inputs, for the program are: ComponentsCost, TotalCost, A to Q, Yes or No The output for the program is TotalCost As Float. B. Program Design – Following the directions in the assignment, clearly write up your problem design in this section and comment your pseudocode. Main Module Declare MotherboardCost, CpuChoiceCost, SounCardCost, GraphicsCardCost, CaseCost, MonitorCost, PowerSupplyCost, DVDDriveCost, HardDriveCost, RAMChoiceCost, OperatingSystemCost AS Character Declare A to R As Integer Display a Welcome message Write “Welcome to Computer World” // Prompt for and input start building your system: Write “Would you like to start building your System?” Input Yes OR......

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...In this homework, you will design a program to perform the following task: Calculate the total price to purchase all the components required to build a state-of-the-art gaming computer from components available on the internet. Before attempting this exercise, be sure you have completed all of chapter 3 and course module readings, participated in the weekly conferences, and thoroughly understand the examples throughout the chapter. As before, there are 3 main components of your submission including the problem analysis, program design and documentation, and sample test data. 1.Using a similar approach as example 3.6 (textbook page 146): “A new Car Price Calculator”, provide your analysis for the following problem statement: You need to write a program that will calculate the total price to purchase all the components required to build a state-of-the-art gaming computer from newegg.com. You will need to conduct some analysis on newegg.com (or amazon.com) regarding the possible options and prices to be considered. However; assume the computer will consist of the following components: CPU Case Power supply Motherboard Hard Drive RAM DVD Sound Card Monitor Graphics Card Operating System I would recommend you keep the option choices limited to 3 different components, or your program will really grow fast. For example, you could provide options for the Operating System (Windows 7, Red Hat Linux), the RAM (4 MB, 8 MB, 12 MB) and the Hard Drive Size (500 GB...

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...total square footage of our four-bedroom house (Area RM1 + Area RM2 + Area RM3 + Area RM4 = Total Square Footage). Design: Calculate the Total Square Footage of a 4-Bedroom House written in Psuedocode: Calculate Square Footage of each room: Room One: 1. display “LR1” 2. get length “14” 3. display “WR1” 4. get width “20” 5. calculate area = length x width “14 * 20” 6. display area “AR1” 7. get “280” 8. stop Room Two: 1. display “LR2” 2. get length “12” 3. display “WR2” 4. get width “13” 5. calculate area = length x width “12 * 13” 6. display area “AR2” 7. get “156” 8. stop Room Three: 1. display “LR3” 2. get length “14” 3. display “WR3” 4. get width “16” 5. calculate area = length x width “14 * 16” 6. display area “AR3” 7. get “224” 8. stop Room Four: 1. display “LR4” 2. get length “20” 3. display “WR4” 4. get width “16” 5. calculate area = length x width “20 * 16” 6. display area “AR4” 7. get “320” 8. stop Calculate Total Square Footage of the house by combining the square footage of each room. 1. display “AR1, AR2, AR3, AR4” 2. get “280, 156, 224, 320” 3. calculate Total Square Footage = AR1 + AR2 + AR3 + AR4 “280+156+224+320=T” 4. display total “T” 5. get “980” 6. stop A flow chart has been created to help understand the program creation in a different view: To make sure that we get......

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...Analysis: User will be asked to provide length and width of the rectangle through keyboard. The program will consist of three modules. These include * Main module: This module will be the main starting module. It is responsible to get user input and call other modules to calculate and display rectangle area and perimeter. * calcArea module: This module will take rectangle length and width as input and return rectangle area as output. Area will be calculated as: Area = length x width * calcPerimeter module: This module will take rectangle length and width as input and return rectangle perimeter as output. The parameter will be calculated as: Perimeter = 2 x width + 2 x length * displayResults module: This module will take Area and Perimeter of the triangle as input arguments and display results to the user. 2. Provide your program design for the problem you analyzed for calculating and displaying the area and perimeter of a rectangle. Always work for modular design where possible. Be sure to use separate functions for calculating the area and perimeter of the rectangle. Other subprograms for Input and Output should be included as needed. Be sure to describe the fundamental tasks (i.e., things your program must do) needed to solve the problem so you can use a modular design. Provide pseudocode of your overall design that includes the Main module and the order of the module calls, and a Hierarchy chart for the program. Finally, display the flow charts......

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...each room. The formula to achieve this is: Length x Width (LxW). The area of each is room then summed up to determine to actual square footage of the house, which is the actual usable living space. The variable name is “a” for area which was used to test and run the program. Please see calculations and table: Area of Room 1= Length1 x Width1 (14*12)=168 Area of Room 2= Length2 x Width2 (9*12)= 108 Area of Room 3= Length3 x Width3 (8*11)= 88 Area of Room 4= Length4 x Width4 (13*13) =169 Area of Room 1 + Room 2 + Room 3 =Room 4 = Total Square footage (533) Useable square footage of a house Total number of Rooms = 4 Area=L x W of each room Variables= Area Perform Calculations: Length x Width Room 1 = 168 Length x Width Room 2 = 108 Length x Width Room 3 = 88 Length x Width Room 4 =169 Output Results: 168+108+88+169= 533 Pseudocode Test 1: #include int main () { /* variable definition: */ int a ; /* variable initialization */ a = 14*12+9*12+8*11+13*13 ;printf("Integers (a) are : %d\n", a); return 0; } Success time: 0 memory: 2008 signal:0 Integers (a) are : 533 Test 2: #include int main () { /* variable definition: */ int a ; /* variable initialization */ a = 10*14+7*14+12*14+13*14 ;printf("Integers (a) are : %d\n", a); return 0; } Success time: 0 memory: 2008 signal:0 Integers (a) are : 588 Test 3: #include int main () { /* variable definition: */ int a ; /* variable initialization */ ......

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...Jeremy Lovell CMIS 102 7987 Introduction to Problem Solving and Algorithm Design (2152) Bryan Nilsen 29 March 2015 NLT: 11:59 PM Program Description: This program will calculate the total usable square feet of a house by multiplying the length of width of each room and add up the product of each room to give the total square feet. Analysis: I know to calculate square feet of a room you have to multiply the length and width. Since the house has multiple rooms to get the total square feet you have to add the square feet of each room to get the total. I decide to create the input simple by giving the variables names that are easily identifiable. L stands for Length and W stands for Width, RM stands for room which is the product of the corresponding Length and Width. Finally SgFT is the sum of all three RMs. I used these variable names to easily see within the program where I get there data values. Test Data: | Input: | Output | Test Case 1: | Room1: length=10, width=20 Room2: length=15, width=10 Room3: length=20, width=15 | Total Square Feet: 650 | Test Case 2: | Room1: length=13, width=11 Room2: length=9, width=7 Room3: length=22, width=19 | Total Square Feet: 624 | Test Case 3: | Room1: length=8, width=6 Room2: length=4, width=12 Room3: length=30, width=25 | Total Square Feet: 846 | Pseudocode: //Declare Variables Declare L1, L2, L3, W1, W2, W3, RM1, RM2, RM3 and SqFT //Set Values of Variables Set L1=10 Set L2=15 Set L3=20 Set......

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...<Name> Intro to Problem Solving and Algorithm Design CMIS 102 Professor March 30, 2015 My House Room 1 Length: 25’ Width: 17’ | Room 2 Length: 23’ Width: 11’ | | Room 4 Length: 23’ Width: 15’ | Room 3 Length: 25’ Width: 12’ | | Program Description * To identify the total square footage of the entire house by using mathematical equation and creating a C++ program to run the equation showing the formula and total area. Analysis * First thing is to identify the dimensions of each room and add those dimensions to get the total square footage of the house. * Variables: * L = Length * W = Width * R1 = Room 1 * R2 = Room 2 * R3 = Room 3 * R4 = Room4 * Formula: * Dimension – L x W = Room Area (sq. ft.) * Total Square Footage – R1+R2+R3+R4 = House Area (sq. ft.) Test Plan Test Case # | Input | Expected Output | Room 1 | Length: 25’ x Width: 17’ | 425 square feet | Room 2 | Length: 23’ x Width: 11’ | 253 square feet | Room 3 | Length: 25’ x Width: 12’ | 300 square feet | Room 4 | Length: 23’ x Width: 15’ | 345 square feet | Entire House | Total Square Footage = 1323 square feet | Pseudocode #include <stdio.h> int main () { /* variable definition: */ int a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l; float m,n,o,p,q; /* variable initialization */ a = 25; b = 17; c = a * b; d = 23; ...

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...this particular room. The same length times width (L x W) formula will then be used for all subsequent rooms. After the area for all four rooms has been found, the sum of the area of each room will be the final output for useable square feet. The output values are as follows: * L1: The length for room 1 * W1: The width for room 1 * L2: The length for room 2 * W2: The width for room 2 * L3: The length for room 3 * W3: The width for room 3 * L4: The length for room 4 * W4: The width for room 4 * T1: Total square feet for room 1 * T2: Total square feet for room 2 * T3: Total square feet for room 3 * T4: Total square feet for room 4 * Total_SqFt: Total useable square footage in the house Test Plan: Test Case # | Input | Expected Output | 1 | Room 1 - Length:20 Width:14Room 2: - Length:16 Width:12Room 3: - Length:22 Width:16Room 4: - Length:12 Width:10 | Square Feet: 944 | 2 | Room 1 - Length:17 Width:11Room 2: - Length:11 Width:9Room 3: - Length:13 Width:16Room 4: - Length:19 Width:12 | Square Feet: 722 | 3 | Room 1 - Length:10 Width:8Room 2: - Length:12 Width:10Room 3: - Length:14 Width:12Room 4: - Length:16 Width:14 | Square Feet: 592 | Psuedocode: //This program will calculate the useable area of a house with four rectangular rooms in square feet //The sum of all areas of each room will be the final output value for useable square footage //Declare variables Declare L1, W1, L2, W2, L3, W3, L4,......

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