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Programming Exercise 2-1
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('Jack Shepard') ('123 Lost Lane') ('Boston, MA 99999') ('704-555-1212') ('Computer Science')
Display “Jack Shepard”
Display “123 Lost Lane”
Display “Boston, MA 99999”
Display “704555-1212”
Display “Computer Science”
Programming Exercise 2-2 # Variables to hold the sales total and the profit salesTotal = 0.0 profit = 0.0 # Get the amount of projected sales. salesTotal = float(input('Enter the projected sales: ')) # Calculate the projected profit. profit = salesTotal * 0.23 # Print the projected profit. print ('The projected profit is ', format(profit, '.2f'))
Declare Real salesTotal, profit
Set profit = salesTotal * 0.23
Display “Enter the projected sales.”
Input salesTotal
Display “The projected profit is “, profit
Programming Exercise 2-3 # Variables to hold the size of the tract and number of acres. tractSize = 0.0 acres = 0.0 # Constant for the number of square feet in an acre. SQ_FEET_PER_ACRE = 43560 # Get the square feet in the tract. tractSize = input('Enter the number of square feet in the tract.') # Calculate the acreage. acres = float(tractSize) / SQ_FEET_PER_ACRE # Print the number of acres. print ('The size of that tract is', format(acres, '.2f'), 'acres.')
Declare Real tractSize, acres
Input tractSize
Constant Integer SQ_FEET_PER_ACRE = 43560
Set acres = tractSize / SQ_FEET_PER_ACRE
Display “Enter the number of square feet in the tract.”
Display “The size of that tract is“, acres, “acres.”
Programming Exercise 2-4 # Variables to hold the prices of each item, the subtotal, # and the total. item1 = 0.0 item2 = 0.0 item3 = 0.0 item4 = 0.0 item5 = 0.0 subtotal = 0.0 tax = 0.0 total = 0.0 # Constant for the sales tax rate. TAX_RATE = 0.07 # Get item1 item2 item3 item4 item5
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# Calculate the subtotal. subtotal = item1 + item2 + item3 + item4 + item5 # Calculate the sales tax. tax = subtotal * TAX_RATE # Calculate the total. total = subtotal + tax # Print the values. print ('Subtotal: ', format(subtotal, '.2f')) print ('Sales Tax: ', format(tax, '.2f')) print ('Total: ', format(total, '.2f'))
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Declare Real item1, item2, item3, item4, item5, subtotal, tax, total
Display “Enter the price of item #3.”
Set subtotal = item1 + item2 + item3 + item4 + item5
Constant Real TAX_RATE = 0.07
Input item3
Display “Enter the price of item #1.”
Display “Enter the price of item #4.”
Set total = subtotal + tax
Input item1
Input item4
Display “Subtotal: $”, subtotal
Display “Enter the price of item #2.”
Display “Enter the price of item #5.”
Display “Sales Tax: $”, tax
Input item2
Input item5
Display “Total: $”, total
Set tax = subtotal * TAX_RATE
Programming Exercise 2-5 # Variables to hold the distances. distance6Hours = 0.0 distance10Hours = 0.0 distance15Hours = 0.0 # Constant for the speed. SPEED = 70 # Calculate the distance the car will travel in # 6, 10, and 15 hours. distance6Hours = SPEED * 6 distance10Hours = SPEED * 10 distance15Hours = SPEED * 15 # Print the results. print ('The car will travel the following distances:') print (distance6Hours,'miles in 6 hours.') print (distance10Hours,'miles in 10 hours.') print (distance15Hours,'miles in 15 hours.')
Declare Real distance6Hours, distance10Hours, distance15Hours
Display “The car will travel the following distances.”
Constant Real SPEED = 70
Display distance6Hours, “miles in 6 hours.”
Set distance6Hours = SPEED * 6
Set distance10Hours = SPEED * 10
Set distance15Hours = SPEED * 15
Display distance10Hours , “miles in 10 hours.”
Display distance15Hours , “miles in 15 hours.”
Programming Exercise 2-6 # Variable declarations purchase = 0.0 stateTax = 0.0 countyTax = 0.0 totalTax = 0.0 totalSale = 0.0 # Constants for the state and county tax rates STATE_TAX_RATE = 0.05 COUNTY_TAX_RATE = 0.025 # Get the amount of the purchase. purchase = float(input('Enter the amount of the purchase: ')) # Calculate the state sales tax. stateTax = purchase * STATE_TAX_RATE # Calculate the county sales tax. countyTax = purchase * COUNTY_TAX_RATE # Calculate the total tax. totalTax = stateTax + countyTax # Calculate the total of the sale. totalSale = purchase + totalTax # Print information about the sale. print ('Purchase Amount:', format(purchase, '.2f')) print ('State Tax:', format(stateTax, '.2f')) print ('County Tax:', format(countyTax, '.2f')) print ('Total Tax:', format(totalTax, '.2f')) print ('Sale Total:', format(totalSale, '.2f'))
Declare Real purchase, stateTax, countyTax, totalTax, totalSale
Set countyTax = purchase * COUNTY_TAX_RATE
Display “Total Tax: “, totalTax
Constant Real STATE_TAX_RATE = 0.05
Set totalTax = stateTax + countyTax
Display “Sale Total: “, totalSale
Constant Real COUNTY_TAX_RATE = 0.025
Display “Enter the amount of the purchase.”
Set totalSale = purchase + totalTax
Display “Purchase Amount: “, purchase
Display “State Tax: “, stateTax Input purchase Display “County Tax: “, countyTax Set stateTax = purchase * STATE_TAX_RATE
Programming Exercise 2-7 # Declare variables to hold miles driven, gallons # of fuel used, and miles-per-gallon. miles = 0.0 gallons = 0.0 mpg = 0.0 # Get the miles driven. miles = float(input('Enter the miles driven: ')) # Get the gallons of fuel used. gallons = float(input('Enter the gallons of fuel used: ')) # Calculate miles-per-gallon. mpg = miles / gallons # Print the result. print ('You used', format(mpg, '.2f'), 'miles per gallon.')
Declare Real miles, gallons, mpg
Input gallons
Display “Enter the miles driven.”
Set mpg = miles / gallons
Input miles
Display “Enter the gallons of fuel used.”
Display “You used”, mpg “miles per gallon.”
Programming Exercise 2-8 # Declare variables for food charges, tip, tax, and total. food = 0.0 tip = 0.0 tax = 0.0 total = 0.0 # Constants for the tax rate and tip rate. TAX_RATE = 0.07 TIP_RATE = 0.18 # Get the food charges. food = float(input('Enter the charge for food: ')) # Calculate the tip. tip = food * TIP_RATE # Calculate the tax. tax = food * TAX_RATE # Calculate the total. total = food + tip + tax # Print the tip, tax, and total. print ('Tip: $', format(tip, '.2f')) print ('Tax: $', format(tax, '.2f')) print ('Total: $', format(total, '.2f'))
Declare Real food, tax, tip, total
Set tax = food * TAX_RATE
Constant Real TAX_RATE = 0.07
Set total = food + tip + tax
Constant Real TIP_RATE = 0.18
Display “Tip: $”, tip
Display “Enter the charge for food.”
Display “Tax: $”, tax
Input food
Display “Total: $”, total
Set tip = food * TIP_RATE
Programming Exercise 2-9 # Declare variables to hold the temperatures. celsius = 0.0 fahrenheit = 0.0 # Get the Celsius temperature. celsius = float(input('Enter a Celsius temperature: ')) # Calculate the Fahrenheit equivalent. fahrenheit = (9.0 / 5.0) * celsius + 32 # Display the Fahrenheit temperature. print ('That is equal to', format(fahrenheit, '.2f'), 'degrees Fahrenheit.')
Declare Real celsius, fahrenheit
Display “Enter a Celsius temperature.”
Input celsius
Set fahrenheit = (9.0 / 5.0) * celsius + 32
Display “That is equal to”, fahrenheit, “degrees Fahrenheit
Programming Exercise 2-10 # Variables for the number of cookies, # cups of sugar, butter, and flour. cookies = 0.0 sugar = 0.0 butter = 0.0 flour = 0.0 # Constants for the number of cookies, cups # of sugar, butter, and flour in the original recipe. COOKIES_RECIPE = 48.0 SUGAR_RECIPE = 1.5 BUTTER_RECIPE = 1.0 FLOUR_RECIPE = 2.75 # Get the number of cookies. cookies = float(input('Enter the number of cookies: ')) # Calculate the cups of sugar needed to make the cookies. sugar = (cookies * SUGAR_RECIPE) / COOKIES_RECIPE # Calculate the cups of butter needed to make the cookies. butter = (cookies * BUTTER_RECIPE) / COOKIES_RECIPE # Calculate the cups of flour needed to make the cookies. flour = (cookies * FLOUR_RECIPE) / COOKIES_RECIPE # Print the amount of butter, sugar, and flour needed # to make the specified number of cookies. print ('To make', cookies, 'cookies, you will need:') print (format(sugar, '.2f'), 'cups of sugar') print (format(butter, '.2f'), 'cups of butter') print (format(flour, '.2f'), 'cups of flour')
Declare Real cookies, sugar, butter, flour
Input cookies
Constant Real COOKIES_RECIPE = 48.0
Constant Real SUGAR_RECIPE = 1.5
Constant Real BUTTER_RECIPE = 1.0
Constant Real FLOUR_RECIPE = 2.75
Display “Enter the number of cookies.”
sugar = (cookies * SUGAR_RECIPE) / COOKIES_RECIPE
Display butter, “cups of butter.”
Display flour, “cups of flour.”
butter = (cookies * BUTTER_RECIPE) / COOKIES_RECIPE End
flour = (cookies * FLOUR_RECIPE) / COOKIES_RECIPE
Display “To make”, cookies, “cookies, you will need:”
Display sugar, “cups of sugar.”
Programming Exercise 2-11 # Variables for the number of male and female students, # total number of students, and the percentage of male # and female students. male = 0 female = 0 total = 0 percentMale = 0.0 percentFemale = 0.0 # Get the number of male students. male = int(input('Enter the number of male students: ')) # Get the number of female students. female = int(input('Enter the number of female students: ')) # Calculate the total number of students. total = male + female # Calculate the percentage of male students. percentMale = male / total # Calculate the percentage of female students. percentFemale = female / total # Print the percentage of male students. print('Male:', format(percentMale, '.2f'), '%') # Print the percentage of female students. print('Female:', format(percentFemale, '.2f'), '%')
Declare Integer male, female, total
percentMale = male / total
Declare Real percentMale, percentFemale
percentFemale = female / total
Input male
Display “Male:”, percentMale, “%:”
Input female Display “Female:”, percentFemale, “%” total = male + female
End A
Programming Exercise 2-12 # Named constants COMMISSION_RATE = 0.03 NUM_SHARES = 2000 PURCHASE_PRICE = 40.0 SELLING_PRICE = 42.75 # Variables amountPaidForStock = 0.0 purchaseCommission = 0.0 totalPaid = 0.0 stockSoldFor = 0.0 sellingCommission = 0.0 totalReceived = 0.0 profitOrLoss = 0.0
# # # # # # #
Amount paid for the stock Commission paid to purchase stock Total amount paid Amount stock sold for Commission paid to sell stock Total amount received Amount of profit or loss
# Calculate the amount that Joe paid for the stock, not # including the commission. amountPaidForStock = NUM_SHARES * PURCHASE_PRICE # Calculate the amount of commission that Joe paid his broker # when he bought the stock. purchaseCommission = COMMISSION_RATE * amountPaidForStock # Calculate the total amount that Joe paid, which is the amount # he paid for the stock plus the commission he paid his broker. totalPaid = amountPaidForStock + purchaseCommission # Calcualate the amount that Joe sold the stock for. stockSoldFor = NUM_SHARES * SELLING_PRICE # Calculate the amount of commission that Joe paid his broker # when he sold the stock. sellingCommission = COMMISSION_RATE * stockSoldFor # Calculate the amount of money left over, after Joe paid # his broker. totalReceived = stockSoldFor - sellingCommission # Calculate the amount of profit or loss. If this amount is a # positive number, it is profit. If this is a negative number it # is a loss. profitOrLoss = totalReceived – totalPaid # Print the required data. print ('Amount paid for the stock: $', format(amountPaidForStock, '.2f')) print ('Commission paid on the purchase: $', format(purchaseCommission, '.2f')) print ('Amount the stock sold for: $', format(stockSoldFor, '.2f')) print ('Commission paid on the sale: $', format(sellingCommission, '.2f')) print ('Profit (or loss if negative): $', format(profitOrLoss, '.2f'))
Constant Real COMMISSION_RATE = 0.03 Constant Integer NUM_SHARES = 2000 Constant Real PURCHASE_PRICE = 40.0 Constant Real SELLING_PRICE = 42.75
Set totalPaid = amountPaidForStock + purchaseCommission
Display “Amount paid for stock: $”, amountPaidFor Stock
Declare Real amountPaidForStock Declare Real purchaseCommission Declare Real totalPaid Declare Real stockSoldFor Declare Real sellingCommission Declare Real totalReceived Declare Real profitOrLoss
Set sellingCommission = COMMISSION_RATE * stockSoldFor
Set totalReceived = stockSoldFor sellingCommission
Set amountPaidForStock = NUM_SHARES * PURCHASE_PRICE
Set profitOrLoss = totalReceived - totalPaid
Set purchaseCommission = COMMISSION_RATE * amountPaidForStock
Display “Commission paid on the purchase: $”, purchaseComm ission
Display “Amount the stock sold for: $”, stockSoldFor
Display “Commission paid on the sale: $”, sellingCommissi on
Display “Profit (or loss if negative): $, profitOrLoss
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