# Designing a flowchart or pseudocode computer science homework help

Mortimer Life Insurance Company wants several lists of salesperson data. Design a

flowchart or pseudocode for the following:

a. A program that accepts a salesperson’s ID number and number of policies

sold in the last month, and displays the data only if the salesperson is a

high performer—a person who sells more than 25 policies in the month.

b. A program that accepts salesperson data continuously until a sentinel value is

entered and displays a list of high performers.

3. ShoppingBay is an online auction service that requires several reports. Design a

flowchart or pseudocode for the following:

a. A program that accepts auction data as follows: ID number, item description,

length of auction in days, and minimum required bid. Display data for an

auction if the minimum required bid is over \$100.00.

b. A program that continuously accepts auction data until a sentinel value is

entered and displays a list of all data for auctions in which the minimum

required bid is over \$100.00.

c. A program that continuously accepts auction data and displays data for every

auction in which the minimum bid is \$0.00 and the length of the auction is one

day or less.

Write a program for exercise 7 (choose a, b, or c) on page 165 (from the class book)

(From Page 165) 7. Mark Daniels is a carpenter who creates personalized house signs. He wants an

application to compute the price of any sign a customer orders, based on the

following factors:

l The minimum charge for all signs is \$30.

l If the sign is made of oak, add \$15. No charge is added for pine.

l The first six letters or numbers are included in the minimum charge; there is a

\$3 charge for each additional character

Black or white characters are included in the minimum charge; there is an

additional \$12 charge for gold-leaf lettering.

a. A program that accepts data for an order number, customer name, wood type,

number of characters, and color of characters. Display all the entered data and

the final price for the sign.

b. A program that continuously accepts sign order data and displays all the

relevant information for oak signs with five white letters.

c. A program that continuously accepts sign order data and displays all the

relevant information for pine signs with gold-leaf lettering and more than

10 characters.