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1. Open Visual Studio 2010

2. Open the file Output-Ass, enlarge the picture so you could see the whole image, press CTRL and the + sign in your keyboard several times.

3. Name your project as Basic Math Test.

4. Design the user interface like the “Output-Ass” file that I uploaded.

5. Edit the properties of each control.

6. 3 Labels: Variable 1, Variable 2, and Result.

7. 3 Textboxes: At the bottom of each label.

8. 1 GroupBox: edit the text property to Operator.

9. Inside the groupBox, add 4 RadioButtons. Edit the properties of each radio button, Addition (+), Subtraction (-), Multiplication (*), and Division (/).

10. 3 Buttons: Calculate, Clear and Exit

11. Edit the font styles of each labels and buttons and make the size larger like the example output.

12. Change the Text property of your Form1 to Basic Math Test.

13. Type the codes, double click the Calculate button.

14. Declare your variables: at the upper portion of your codes in the Public Class so that it will be known in every event procedure of your project.

15. Dim FirstNum, SecondNum As Double.

16. Why double? To have a large, general purpose variable type that could handle many different numbers-integers, numbers with decimal points, very big numbers, small numbers and so on.

17. For the private sub Button1_click, type the ff:

18. FirstNum = TextBox1.Text SecondNum = TextBox2.Text

19. The FirstNum can be typed in your txtbox1 and the SecondNum will be in your txtbox2.

20. Then after the 2lines, you will type If, Then, EndIf for each radiobuttons.

21. If RadioButton1.Checked = True Then TextBox3.Text = FirstNum + SecondNum End If 22. Type 4sets of If, Then, EndIf until the 4th and last radio button with its corresponding operators.

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