# CSCGraded Project 1,2,3,4 – BMI calculation, Percentage of Calories from Fats, Basic Menu Driven Program Planet Information, Car Speed Class Accelerate Brake, -Modular Pseudocode With Lucid Chart JPG – Preview Attached – Perfect solution – Instant Delivery

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Problem Statement

Your project must be submitted as a zipped/compressed (*.zip) file that includes the following files:
• Text file (*.txt) of your pseudocode
• Screenshot(s) in JPEG format (*.jpg) of your flowchart
• A Rich Text Format (*.rtf) or Microsoft Word (*.doc) file that lists the following information:
• The exam number
For information on how to take and save a screenshot on your computer, visit the link that’s most applicable to you:
• Digital Trends “How to Take a Screenshot on a PC”
• Digital Trends “How to Take a Screenshot on a Mac”
For information on how to compress a file, visit the link that’s most applicable to you:
• Microsoft “Zip and Unzip Files”
• Macworld “How to Zip Files on Mac”
• Click Take Exam next to the lesson you’re working on.
• Find the exam number for your project at the top of the Project Upload page.
Be sure to keep a backup copy of any files you submit to the school!
Introduction
You’ll apply the concepts of Lesson 1 to create pseudocode and a flowchart for a modular program.
Instructions
The body mass index (BMI) is often used to determine whether a person with a sedentary lifestyle is overweight or underweight for his or her height. A person’s BMI is calculated with the following formula:
BMI = Weight × 703 ÷ Height2
You’ll use this information to create both pseudocode and a flowchart to design a modular program that will calculate and display a person’s BMI. Review Appendices B and C in your textbook for guidance when working on your project.
You can use free trials of any of the following programs to create the flowchart:
• LucidChart
• SmartDraw
• LibreOffice
Write your pseudocode in a plain-text editor such as Notepad or TextEdit and save as a text file (*.txt). Save a screenshot of your flowchart as a JPEG file (*.jpg).
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Your project must be submitted as a zipped/compressed (*.zip) file that includes the following files:
• Text file (*.txt) of your pseudocode
• Screenshot(s) in JPEG format (*.jpg) of your flowchart
• A Rich Text Format (*.rtf) or Microsoft Word (*.doc) file that lists the following information:
• The exam number
For information on how to take and save a screenshot on your computer or to zip files, review the instructions for CSC105 Graded Project 1.
• Click Take Exam next to the lesson you’re working on.
• Find the exam number for your project at the top of the Project Upload page.
Be sure to keep a backup copy of any files you submit to the school!
Introduction
You’ll apply the concepts of Lesson 2 to design a program with validation functions.
Instructions
You’ll create both pseudocode and a flowchart to design a program that asks for fat grams and calories in a food item.
Validate the input as follows:
• Make sure the numbers of fat grams and calories aren’t less than 0.
• Ensure that the number of calories entered isn’t greater than fat grams × 9.
Once correct data has been entered, the program should calculate and display the percentage of calories that come from fat. Use the following formula:
Percentage of calories from fat = (Fat grams × 9) ÷ calories
Some nutritionists classify a food as “low fat” if less than 30 percent of its calories come from fat. If the results of this formula are less than 0.3, the program should display a message indicating the food is low in fat.
Review Appendices B and C in your textbook for guidance when working on your project. Use free trials of any of the programs listed in CSC105 Graded Project 1 to create the flowchart. Write your pseudocode in a plain-text editor such as Notepad or TextEdit, and save as a text file (*.txt). Save a screenshot of your flowchart as a JPEG file (*.jpg).

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3.5 Create a basic menu-driven program CSC105 Graded Project 3 READING ASSIGNMENT Your project must be submitted as a zipped/compressed (*.zip) file that includes the following files:
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Be sure to keep a backup copy of any files you submit to the school! Introduction
You’ll apply the concepts of Lesson 3 to create a basic menu-driven program.
Instructions
You’ll create both pseudocode and a flowchart to design an application that displays the following menu:
Select a Planet 1. Mercury 2. Venus 3. Earth 4. Mars 5. Exit the program Enter your selection.
When the user selects a planet from the menu, the program should
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display the following information about the planet:
Mercury
Average distance from the sun 57.9 million kilometers
Mass 3.31 × 10^23kg
Surface temperature –173 to 430 degrees Celsius
Venus
Average distance from the sun 108.2 million kilometers
Mass 4.87 × 10^24kg
Surface temperature 472 degrees Celsius
Earth
Average distance from the sun 149.6 million kilometers
Mass 5.967 × 10^24kg
Surface temperature –50 to 50 degrees Celsius
Mars
Average distance from the sun 227.9 million kilometers
Mass 0.6424 × 10^24kg
Surface temperature –140 to 20 degrees Celsius
Review Appendices B and C in your textbook for guidance when working on your project. Use free trials of any of the programs listed in CSC105 Graded Project 1 to create the flowchart. Write your pseudocode in a plain-text editor such as Notepad or TextEdit and save as a text file (*.txt). Also, save a screenshot of your flowchart as a JPEG file (*.jpg).
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The menu-driven program is designed to effectively show a menu from which the user can make a selection and see the correct display of the corresponding data.
34 points
The pseudocode is accurate and in the correct format. 33 points
The flowchart is accurate and uses the appropriate shapes. 33 points
TOTAL 100 points

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4.5 Design a class as well as a program that creates an
object and calls methods
Your project must be submitted as a zipped/compressed (*.zip) file that includes
the following files:
Text files (*.txt) of the following:
Screenshot(s) in JPEG format (*.jpg) of the following:
The results of calling the accelerate method
The results of calling the brake method
A Rich Text Format (*.rtf) or Microsoft Word (*.doc) file that lists the
following information:
The exam number
For information on how to take and save a screenshot on your computer or to zip
files, review the instructions for CSC105 Graded Project 1. Save your
be individually graded by your instructor and therefore may take up to five to
Click Take Exam next to the lesson you’re working on.
Find the exam number for your project at the top of the Project Upload
page.
Be sure to keep a backup copy of any files you submit to the school!
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Introduction
You’ll apply the concepts of Lesson 4 to design a class as well as a
program that creates an object and calls methods.
Instructions
Part 1: Design a Class
You’ll design a class named Car that has the following fields:
yearModel—An Integer that holds the car’s model year
make—A String that holds the make of the car
speed—An Integer that holds the car’s current speed
The class should have the following constructor and other methods:
The constructor should accept the car’s model year and make as
arguments. These values should be assigned to the object’s
yearModel and make fields. The constructor should also assign 0
to the speed field.
Design appropriate accessor methods to get the values stored in an
object’s yearModel, make, and speed fields.
The accelerate method should add 5 to the speed field each time
it’s called.
The brake method should subtract 5 from the speed field each time
it’s called.
Create your class in a plain-text editor such as Notepad or TextEdit and
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save as a text file (*.txt).
Part 2: Design a Program
You’ll create both pseudocode and a flowchart to design a program that
creates a Car object and then calls the accelerate method five times.
Review Appendices B and C in your textbook for guidance when
working on your project. Use free trials of any of the programs listed in
CSC105 Graded Project 1 to create the flowchart. Write your
pseudocode in a plain-text editor such as Notepad or TextEdit and save
as a text file (*.txt). Also, save a screenshot of your flowchart as a JPEG
file (*.jpg).
After each call to the accelerate method, get the current speed of the
car and display it. Take a screenshot of the results after your fifth time
calling the method, and save it as a JPEG file (*.jpg).
Then, call the brake method five times. After each call to the brake
method, get the current speed of the car and display it. Take a
screenshot of the results after your fifth time calling the method, and
save it as a JPEG file (*.jpg).
points
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The program is designed to effectively incorporate the class as well as call the
accelerate and brake methods five times each.
25
points
The pseudocode is accurate and in the correct format. 25
points
The flowchart is accurate and uses the appropriate shapes. 25
points
TOTAL 100
points

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