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1. Assume that the following variables contain the values shown;numberBig = 300 numberMedium = 100 numberSmall = 5;wordBig = "Elephant" wordMedium = "Horse" wordSmall = "Bug;For each of the following Boolean expressions, decide whether the statement is;true, false, or illegal.;a. numberBig = numberSmall?;b. numberBig > numberSmall?;c. numberMedium = numberMedium + numberSmall?;k. numberBig > numberMedium AND numberBig numberSmall?;m. numberBig 10?;n. numberBig = 30 AND numberMedium = 100 OR numberSmall = 100?;2. Mark Daniels is a carpenter who creates personalized house signs. He wants an;application to compute the price of any sign a customer orders, based on the;following factors;l The minimum charge for all signs is \$30.;l If the sign is made of oak, add \$15. No charge is added for pine.;l The first six letters or numbers are included in the minimum charge, there is a;\$3 charge for each additional character.;l Black or white characters are included in the minimum charge, there is an;additional \$12 charge for gold-leaf lettering.;***Design a flowchart or pseudocode for the following;a. A program that accepts data for an order number, customer name, wood type;number of characters, and color of characters. Display all the entered data and;the final price for the sign.;b. A program that continuously accepts sign order data and displays all the;relevant information for oak signs with five white letters.;c. A program that continuously accepts sign order data and displays all the;relevant information for pine signs with gold-leaf lettering and more than;10 characters.

Paper#70007 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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