Question Description

Create a FLOWCHART and a PSEUDOCODE for each problem.

Use the information below to create a pseudocode (which can be a text-based description for solving the problems) and a flowchart (using flowchart symbols to illustrate how you would program) to solve each problem. You may use Microsoft Word® for your pseudocode and Microsoft PowerPoint® for your flowchart.

1. Problem 1: Write a program that will calculate the problem and stop after the condition has been met. This is an IF/THEN/ELSE problem.

a=1

b=a+1

c=a+b

Condition: If c is less than 5, then the loop will continue; else, it will end.

a will increase by one after every completed loop.

2. How many loops will be necessary to meet the condition incrementing ‘c’ by 1? Why?

Create a FLOWCHART and a PSEUDOCODE for each problem.Use the information below to create a pseudocode (which can be a text-based description for solving the problems) and a flowchart (using flowchart symbols to illustrate how you would program) to solve each problem. You may use Microsoft Word® for your pseudocode and Microsoft PowerPoint® for your flowchart. 1. Problem 1: Write a program that will calculate the problem and stop after the condition has been met. This is an IF/THEN/ELSE problem.a=1b=a+1c=a+bCondition: If c is less than 5, then the loop will continue; else, it will end.a will increase by one after every completed loop.2. How many loops will be necessary to meet the condition incrementing ‘c’ by 1? Why?