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University of Phoenix Associates Program Material (revised by Albert Mink)
Final Project

Application-Level Requirements List

Complete the following list of application-level requirements for the Metric Conversion program. The first requirement has already been entered for you.
1. The Metric Conversion Program will display a Main Menu to the user listing the available metric-to-U.S. measurement conversions available, along with an option to quit the program.

2. The Metric Conversion Program will confirm user entry is valid (1 to 5) or closes if entry is 6.

3. If entry 1 to 5 is entered the Metric Conversion Program will prompt for entry of metric measurement.

4. The Metric Conversion Program will verify the metric measurement is valid (0.0 to 10000.0) or prompt for valid entry.

5. The Metric Conversion Program will convert the entered metric measurement to corresponding amount using conversion formula.

6. The Metric Conversion Program displays converted amount.

Input-Process-Output Chart

Complete the following Input-Process-Output chart for the Metric Conversion program. The first process has already been entered for you.
|Input |Process |Output |
| |Display Main Menu |Main Menu |
|Measurement Section |Get Main Menu Section |Measurement Section |
|Metric Measurement |Enter Metric Measurement |Metric Measurement |
|Measurement Section |Convert Metric Measurement |U.S. Measurement…...

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