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Representing an algorithm using Flowcharts

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Flowcharts Many of us find it easier to follow steps when they are represented diagrammatically or graphically. Flowchart shapes are: terminators symbol(start or stop) process symbol(assignments, calculations) input/output symbols (read, write) decision symbol(decisions between 2 options) flow control- flow of steps connector symbol(used to connect sections of a flowchart

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Flowchart algorithm1 Write a pseudocode algorithm and a flowchart to find and display the sum of 10 and 20 Start a 10 b 20 Sum a + b Print Sum stop start a 10 b 20 sum a + b Print sum stop

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Flowchart algorithm2 Draw a flowchart that will read 3 numbers and find the product of the 3 numbers Start Read n1, n2, n3 Product n1*n2*n3 Display product stop start Read n1,n2,n3 Product n1*n2*n3 Print product stop

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Flowchart algorithm3 Draw a flowchart that will accept 3 numbers and find and display their average Start Read n1,n2,n3 Average (n1+n2+n3)/3 Write average stop start Read n1,n2,n3 Average (n1+n2+n3)/3 Write average stop

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Flowchart algorithm4 Draw a flowchart that will prompt the user to enter 2 unequal numbers and find the largest between them. Start Write “Enter 2 unequal numbers” Read n1,n2 If n1>n2 then set large n1 else set large n2 Endif Print large stop start Write “Enter 2 unequal numbers” Read n1,n2 Is n1>n2 Large n1Large n2 Write large stop yesno

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Flowchart algorithm4 Draw a flowchart that will prompt the user to enter 3 unequal numbers and find the smallest among them. Start Write “Enter 3 unequal numbers” Read num1,num2,num3 If num1

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start Write “enter 3 unequal numbers Read num1,num2,num3 Is num1

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Question A problem requires you to read 3 numbers and calculate and print the total. Construct: – IPO chart – Pseudocode – Flowchart

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