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- Question : 1E - Mark the following statements as true or false. a. The calculating device called the Pascaline could calculate sums up to eight figures long. (1) b. All programs must be loaded into the CPU before they can be executed and all data must be loaded into main memory before it can be manipulated. (2) c. Main memory is an ordered sequence of cells and each cell has a random location in main memory. (2) d. The program that loads first when you turn on your computer is called the operating system. (2) e. Analog signals represent information with a sequence of 0s and 1s. (3) f. The machine language is a sequence of 0s and 1s. (3) g. A binary code is a sequence of 0s and 1s. (3) h. A sequence of eight bits is called a byte. (3) i. One GB is 220 MB. (3) j. In ASCII, A is the 65th character. (3) k. The number system used by a computer is base 2. (3) l. An assembler translates the assembly language instructions into machine language. (4) m. A compiler translates the source program into an object program. n. In a C11 program, statements that begin with the symbol # are called preprocessor directives. (7) o. An object program is the machine language version of a high-level language program. (9) p. All logical errors, such as division by 0, are reported by the compiler. (9) q. In object-oriented design (OOD), a program is a collection of interacting objects. (10) r. An object consists of data and operations on that data. (10) s. ISO stands for International Organization for Standardization. (11)
- Question : 2E - Which hardware component performs arithmetic and logical operations? (2)
- Question : 3E - Which number system is used by a computer? (3)
- Question : 4E - What is an object program? (5)
- Question : 5E - What is linking? (8)
- Question : 6E - Which program loads the executable code from the main memory into the CPU for execution? (8)
- Question : 7E - In a C11 program, preprocessor directives begin with which symbol? (8)
- Question : 8E - In a C11 program, which program processes statements that begin with the symbol #? (8)
- Question : 9E - What is programming? (9)
- Question : 10E - What is an algorithm? (9)
- Question : 11E - Describe the steps required by the problem-solving process. (9)
- Question : 12E - Describe the steps required in the analysis phase of programming. (9)
- Question : 13E - Design an algorithm to find the weighted average of four test scores. The four test scores and their respective weights are given in the following format: (9) testScore weightTestScore ...
- Question : 14E - Design an algorithm to convert the change given in quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies into pennies. (9)
- Question : 15E - Given the radius, in inches, and price of a pizza, design an algorithm to find the price of the pizza per square inch. (9)
- Question : 16E - The dealer
- Question : 17E - The volume of a sphere is (4.0 / 3.0)p r 3 and the surface area is 4.0p r 2, where r is the radius of the sphere. Given the radius, design an algorithm that computes the volume and surface area of the sphere. Also using the C11 statements provided for Example 1-1, write the C11 statement corresponding to each statement in the algorithm. (You may assume that p 5 3.141592.) (9)
- Question : 18E - Tom and Jerry opened a new lawn service. They provide three types of services: mowing, fertilizing, and planting trees. The cost of mowing is $35.00 per 5,000 square yards, fertilizing is $30.00 per application, and planting a tree is $50.00. Write an algorithm that prompts the user to enter the area of the lawn, the number of fertilizing applications, and the number of trees to be planted. The algorithm then determines the billing amount. (Assume that the user orders all three services.) (9)
- Question : 19E - Jason typically uses the Internet to buy various items. If the total cost of the items ordered, at one time, is $200 or more, then the shipping and handling is free; otherwise, the shipping and handling is $10 per item. Design an algorithm that prompts Jason to enter the number of items ordered and the price of each item. The algorithm then outputs the total billing amount. Your algorithm must use a loop (repetition structure) to get the price of each item. (For simplicity, you may assume that Jason orders no more than five items at a time.) (9)
- Question : 20E - An ATM allows a customer to withdraw a maximum of $500 per day. If a customer withdraws more than $300, the service charge is 4% of the amount over $300. If the customer does not have sufficient money in the account, the ATM informs the customer about the insufficient funds and gives the customer the option to withdraw the money for a service charge of $25.00. If there is no money in the account or if the account balance is negative, the ATM does not allow the customer to withdraw any money. If the amount to be withdrawn is greater than $500, the ATM informs the customer about the maximum amount that can be withdrawn. Write an algorithm that allows the customer to enter the amount to be withdrawn. The algorithm then checks the total amount in the account, dispenses the money to the customer, and debits the account by the amount withdrawn and the service charges, if any. (9)
- Question : 21E - Design an algorithm to find the real roots of a quadratic equation of the form ax2 1 bx 1 c 5 0, where a, b, and c are real numbers, and a is nonzero. (9)
- Question : 22E - A student spends a majority of his weekend playing and watching sports, thereby tiring him out and leading him to oversleep and often miss his Monday 8 AM math class. Suppose that the tuition per semester is $25,000 and the average semester consists of 15 units. If the math class meets three days a week, one hour each day for 15 weeks, and is a four-unit course, how much does each hour of math class cost the student? Design an algorithm that computes the cost of each math class. (9)
- Question : 23E - You are given a list of students

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