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# Program based on a Selection and Loop structures, Counters and Accumulators

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

Assignment 4 - Automotive Junk Yard Problem - UPDATE!

(Program based on a 'Selection' and 'Loop' structures, Counters and Accumulators)

You have been tasked with updating a program for a automotive junk yard. They still want want to encourage their customers to make large purchases (\$1000 or more) so the customer can get 15% off their order.  Additionally, sales tax is 8% and they are no longer offering the 1% sales tax to customers over 70 years old. However, they still want to display a receipt showing the amount of purchase, the amount of the discount (if any), sales tax, and the total costs.  At the end of the day, they want a summary displaying the total number of customers and the total amount of sales (includes the sales tax).

Requirements:

Flowchart must list ALL variables (constant and regular) first

Begin by asking the customer if they want to make a purchase (yes or no)?

Next, ask the customer for their purchase amount (if the previous response was a "yes")

At the end of the transaction, they want to provide the customer a receipt with the following information:

o Initial amount of the order

o Total amount of discount (if any)

o The subtotal (initial order minus the discount)

o The amount of sales tax

o Total

Determine if there is another customer (yes or no)

Receipt Example:

(Based on 3 customers - for testing purposes only)

Order = \$2000

Discount = \$300

Sub Total = \$1700

Sales Tax = \$136

Total = \$1836

Order = \$200

Discount = \$0

Sub Total = \$200

Sales Tax = \$16

Total = \$216

Order = \$1000

Discount = \$150

Sub Total = \$850

Sales Tax = \$68

Total = \$918

When there are no more customers, display the following information:

Example: (based on the test information above)

Total Customers =  3

Total Sales = \$2970

Using 'Raptor', (Mac users - see step 2), develop a runnable flowchart based on the stated problem. It must contain all the variables, inputs, computations, and output:

1. Right click on the 'Start" symbol and add a comment. The comment must contain the following:

Name

Course

Date

Assignment number

Example:

Carter Burns

Aug 22, 2022

CPT 114

Raptor Assignment 4

2. Mac users - create a flowchart using Diagrams.net.  It must contain all the variables, inputs, selection and loop structures and computations. Your output will not look like above, but please be sure you indicate what variables would be used in your output.

Insert a Rectangle symbol (separate from your flowchart) preferable at the top of the page with the same information listed in step 3

Raptor users - Submit your Raptor assignment file (should have a .rap extension) to this Raptor Assignment 4 submissions folder.

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