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Flowchart Diagram representation
The following are the meaning of the diagrams to put at the back of you head when coming up with a flowchart
The diagram below shows a flow chart for a program to calculate tax on an income.
Complete the below
In box 1 you’re just starting the program
In box 2 you enter the income then the program will do the calculation of tax
In box 2 the suggestion will be made by the program, If income is less than 3 000, the program will use the arrow where it says yes, tax will be zero and will be displayed in the Output Tax box.
Use the first income , is it less than 3 000?
Yes so the calculation will follow the yes route and tax will be zero
Use the second income 5000 is it less than 3 000?
No so the calculation will follow the No route and tax will be calculated as follows
Substitute into the formula, income = 5000.
Therefore below is the Completed diagram
The diagram below is an incomplete program flow chart to calculate the area, A, of the triangle below
Complete the flow chart below by writing appropriate statements in the blank symbols
determine the formula to use for finding the area of a triangle. You have two sides k and ladjacent (attached) to the angle .
Use trigonometry formula
so when the computer program begin, you have to feed it with the values of k, l and and as indicated in the follow chart.
Enter the formula In programming use * in place of . So the answer will be;
Draw flowchart from pseudocode
The programme below is given in form of a pseudocode.
If Radius < 0
Then display "error message" and re-enter positive radius
Else enter slant height
If slant height < 0
Then display "error message" and re-enter positive slant height
Else Area =
Draw the corresponding flowchart for the information given below
Write pseudocode from flowchart
if r < 0 , display error and enter positive r
if r > 0 then
let Area = 1/2 * square radius * sinThen display Area and
Stop the program
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