Project #1 - Pseudo Code;The project will emphasize standard approaches that verify you have successfully mastered the concepts of structured design.;Pseudo code is an informal high-level and compact description of a computer programming algorithm that uses structural conventions of a programming language. It is intended more for human reading than machine reading. In working through the assignments in the textbook, pseudo code has been used to clearly pin down the work to be done for the program. Then using the proper Python syntax it has been converted into an executable program when constructed correctly.;Pseudo code is basically a shorthand way of describing a computer program functions, it creates the logical structure describing the actions to execute an application. You have already been doing this in each chapter of the text thus far.;Example;Write a program that obtains two integer numbers from the user.;It will print out the sum of those numbers.;Pseudo code;Prompt the user to enter the first integer;Prompt the user to enter a second integer;Compute the sum of the two user inputs;Display an output prompt that explains the answer as the sum;Display the result;In this project, create the pseudo code from the following request.;The program must have some sort of menu that allows users to make selections to do a particular calculation.;It must provide five menu items that allow the user to make a calculation. Each of the 5 menu items should perform different calculations. There should be an additional menu item for user to exit the program. So, total of 6 menu item.;Once the user selects a menu item, program should perform calculation, display the result to the user, and return to the main menu. User should be presented with main menu until they choose option to exit the program.;How Will This Assignment Be Graded?;- Menu items: Pseudo code provides five menu items for users to make a calculation and sixth item to exit the program;-Calculations and output: Pseudo code provides details of calculations and display output to the users.
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