Intro to Concepts

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Submitted By genezkainz
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Program Description:
This program is designed to calculate the Grade Point Average (GPA) for each student based on the grades received by the number of courses taken.
Analysis:
I will use sequential and selection programming statements.
I will define one character value for StudentName: studentName
I will define six numbers as integers: gradeA, gradeB, gradeC, gradeD, gradeF, and numberCourses gradeA = 4, gradeB = 3, gradeC = 2, gradeD = 1, gradeF = 0
I will define one float number for Grade Point Average: GPA
A float number was chosen to provide users a decimal value instead of a whole number output.
The program will ask for the user name
The program will ask for the user grades
The program will print the student name and GPA
A student total GPA will be calculated by the formula below:
GPA = (grade? + grade?) / number of courses
For example, if a user name were Sam and he entered “A”, “A”, “A”, “B”, and “C”, his GPA would be calculated as:
GPA = (A + A + A + B + C) / 5 = 3.4
Test Plan:
Test Case # Input Expected Output
1 Andre: A, B, C
Sam: B, B, B, C
Jack: D, F, A, A, B
Bill: A, A, C, C, C
Jess: D, D, C,
Anny: A, C, A, A
Jennifer: B, B, B, A
Michelle: A, A, A, A, A
Michael: B, C, B, C,
Leon: D, A, A, A, C GPA for Andre: 3.0
GPA for Sam: 2.7
GPA for Jack: 2.4
GPA for Bill: 3.4
GPA for Jess: 1.67
GPA for Anny: 3.75
GPA for Jennifer: 3.25
GPA for Michelle: 4.0
GPA for Michael: 2.5
GPA for Leon: 3.2

Design using Pseudocode:
Start

//Declare variables
Declare A, B, C, D, F, numberCourses, courseGrade, and TotalgradePoint as integers
Declare studentName as character
Declare GPA as float

//Declare Integers Values gradePoint=0 A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0

//Loop through ten student
for(studentName=0:…...

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