Use Flowgorithm to create and map an algorithm requiring three variables and an assignment statement

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Use Flowgorithm to create and represent an algorithm requiring three variables and an assignment statement

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______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CTI 110 Page 1 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ LESSON 1 LAB – CREATING AN ALGORITHM WITH FLOWGORITHM OBJECTIVES Use Flowgorithm to create and represent an algorithm requiring three variables and an assignment statement LAB TASK CHECKLIST ✓ It is expected you have read the required reading in this Lesson before starting the lab. ✓ Create the required flowchart for #3. Save as “lastname-lsn1.fprg” . **where lastname is YOUR lastname and the filename uses only small letters…no capitals. ✓ Submit the “lastname-lsn1.fprg” file to Blackboard ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CTI 110 Page 2 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONS: USING FLOWGORITHM, DESIGN A SIMPLE FLOWCHART 1. Open Flowgorithm and create the required flowcharts 2. Enter the required program attributes for your code (See attached: Flowgorithm Menu Guidance for identifying your code and giving it attributes). All code for this course requires the following information in the Program Attributes: a. Lab filename b. Author name: c. In the About: i. Current Semester: ii. Course Section: iii. Blackboard Username: 3. Design the logic allowing a user to enter a value for the current year and the users birth year. The program will output the age of the user given the current year. i. Declare Variables for the input and calculation. You will need: current year, birth year and age. For variable names, ensure there are NO spaces and names has meaning. * In the Programming Exercise labs, we will be declaring the variable first before using in our programming exercise labs ii. Create Input statements for the current year and birth year. iii. Calculate the current age of the user using an assignment statement iv. Output the age of the user 4. Test Your Code. Here is a sample test that has been created. You will be creating your own in future lessons and documenting then in the “Comments” block of Flowgorithm. a. T1: Current Year 2020 Birth Year 1980 Output should be: 40 b. T2: Current Year 2020 Birth year 2000 Output should be: 20 5. Submit the file/s to BlackBoard. ...
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