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## 01 Feb Bob runs a food truck business with four trucks. Every day, each truck leaves the warehouse and travels to a different part of town, selling food at multiple construction site

Problem Statement (paste this into the top of your submission)

Bob runs a food truck business with four trucks. Every day, each truck leaves the warehouse and travels to a different part of town, selling food at multiple construction sites. To better understand his business, he collects metrics every day for each truck. The metrics include 1) the number of sites visited, 2) the cost of gas for the day, and 3) the revenue. Each day in the morning, the first thing Bob wants to do is generate a consolidated report of the previous days’ metrics. Bob has hired you to develop a program that he can run on a computer, where he can enter those previous day’s metrics and be shown a consolidated output report.

To enter metrics into the program, Bob will first enter the date – one time only. After this he will start entering the data for each individual truck in this order; Truck ID, number of Sites visited, Gas Expense, and Revenue.  After each item of data has been entered, that data should immediately be shown to Bob on the computer screen to allow him to ensure the data is correct. After all the data for a given truck is entered, the program should display the profit for that truck, calculated as the Revenue minus the Gas Expense. After Bob has entered ALL the data for ALL the trucks, he should enter the value “End” as a Truck ID to let the program know that there will be no further entries.

After Bob has entered “End”, the program should display a summary of the data. The summary must display the overall Total Number of Trucks, Total Gas Expense, Total Revenue, Total Profit, and the Average Profit for the trucks. Additionally, the report must display the Highest Profit out of all the trucks, and Truck ID which had that Highest Profit. In the event of more than one truck earning the Highest Profit, only the first Truck entered into the system should be reported.

## humanLevelWalkThrough_24_1_2

 Basic Human Level Walk Trhough Inputs Outputs reportDate truckID numSites gasExpense revenue reportDate truckID numSites gasExpense revenue profit totalTruckCount totalGasExpense totalRevenue totalProfit averageProfit highestProfit highestProfitTruck 25-Jan-24 25-Jan-24 A 7 135 2,031 A 7 135 2,031 1,896 1 135 2,031 1,896 1,896 0 B 17.00 192.00 5193 B 17 192 5,193 5,001 2 327 7,224 6,897 3,449 5,001 B C 13 109 3941 C 13 109 3,941 3,832 3 436 11,165 10,729 3,576 0 D 10 187 4505 D 10 187 4,505 4,318 4 623 15,670 15,047 3,762 0 End End

## programLevelWalkThrough_24_1_2

 Annotated Program Level Walk Through Event Instructions Inputs Working memory Outputs reportDate truckID numSites gasExpense revenue profit totalTruckCount totalGasExpense totalRevenue totalProfit highestProfit highestProfitTruck reportDate truckID numSites gasExpense revenue profit totalTruckCount totalGasExpense totalRevenue totalProfit averageProfit highestProfit highestProfitTruck Initialize variables initialize variables => 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 output resportDate output resportDate Spring 2024 input resportDate input resportDate Spring 2024 New truck input truckID input truckID A output truckID output truckID A check for the kill flag if(truckID = (End),stop and report, continue) => A != End, therefore continue input numSites input numSites 7 output numSites output numSites 7 input gasExpense input gasExpense 135 output gasExpense output gasExpense 135 input revenue input revenue 2,031 output revenue output revenue 2,031 calculate profit profit = revenue – gasExpense => 2,031 – 135 = 1,896 1,896 output profit output profit 1,896 update totalTruckCount totaltruckcount = totaltruckCount + 1 => totaltruckCount++ => 0 + 1 = 1 1 update totalGasExpense totalGasExpense = totalGasExpense + gasExpense = 0 + 135 = 135 135 update totalRevenue totalRevenue = totalRevenue + revenue => 0 + 2,031 = 2,031 2,031 update totalProfit totalProfit = totalProfit + profit => 0 + 1,896 = 1,896 1,896 check update the highProfit if(profit > highProfit, highProfit = profit, skip) => 1,896 > 0 => true, so highProfit = 1,896 1,896 check update the highProfitTruck if(profit > highProfit, highProfitTruckID = truckID, skip) => 1,896 > 0 => true, so highProfitTruckID = A A New truck input truckID input truckID B output truckID output truckID B check for the kill flag if(truckID = (End),stop and report, continue) => B!= End, therefore continue input numSites input numSites output numSites output numSites input gasExpense input gasExpense output gasExpense output gasExpense input revenue input revenue output revenue output revenue calculate profit profit = revenue – gasExpense => 2,031 – 135 = 1,896 output profit output profit update totalTruckCount totaltruckcount = totaltruckCount + 1 => totaltruckCount++ => 0 + 1 = 1 update totalGasExpense totalGasExpense = totalGasExpense + gasExpense = 0 + 135 = 135 update totalRevenue totalRevenue = totalRevenue + revenue => 0 + 2,031 = 2,031 update totalProfit totalProfit = totalProfit + profit => 0 + 1,896 = 1,896 check update the highProfit if(profit > highProfit, highProfit = profit, skip) => 1,896 > 0 => true, so highProfit = 1,896 check update the highProfitTruck if(profit > highProfit, highProfitTruckID = truckID, skip) => 1,896 > 0 => true, so highProfitTruckID = A New truck input truckID input truckID C output truckID output truckID check for the kill flag if(truckID = (End),stop and report, continue) => C != End, therefore continue input numSites input numSites output numSites output numSites input gasExpense input gasExpense output gasExpense output gasExpense input revenue input revenue output revenue output revenue calculate profit profit = revenue – gasExpense => 2,031 – 135 = 1,896 output profit output profit update totalTruckCount totaltruckcount = totaltruckCount + 1 => totaltruckCount++ => 0 + 1 = 1 update totalGasExpense totalGasExpense = totalGasExpense + gasExpense = 0 + 135 = 135 update totalRevenue totalRevenue = totalRevenue + revenue => 0 + 2,031 = 2,031 update totalProfit totalProfit = totalProfit + profit => 0 + 1,896 = 1,896 check update the highProfit if(profit > highProfit, highProfit = profit, skip) => 1,896 > 0 => true, so highProfit = 1,896 check update the highProfitTruck if(profit > highProfit, highProfitTruckID = truckID, skip) => 1,896 > 0 => true, so highProfitTruckID = A New truck input truckID input truckID D output truckID output truckID check for the kill flag if(truckID = (End),stop and report, continue) => C!= End, therefore continue input numSites input numSites output numSites output numSites input gasExpense input gasExpense output gasExpense output gasExpense input revenue input revenue output revenue output revenue calculate profit profit = revenue – gasExpense => 2,031 – 135 = 1,896 output profit output profit update totalTruckCount totaltruckcount = totaltruckCount + 1 => totaltruckCount++ => 0 + 1 = 1 update totalGasExpense totalGasExpense = totalGasExpense + gasExpense = 0 + 135 = 135 update totalRevenue totalRevenue = totalRevenue + revenue => 0 + 2,031 = 2,031 update totalProfit totalProfit = totalProfit + profit => 0 + 1,896 = 1,896 check update the highProfit if(profit > highProfit, highProfit = profit, skip) => 1,896 > 0 => true, so highProfit = 1,896 check update the highProfitTruck if(profit > highProfit, highProfitTruckID = truckID, skip) => 1,896 > 0 => true, so highProfitTruckID = A

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W. Brian Lambert, PhD CIS 2110 – Structured Problem Solving [email protected] File Name: CIS 2110 HW2 Instructions 2024 Spring

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CIS 2110 Homework Assignment #2

Problem Statement, I/O Design and Walk-throughs

Learning Objectives: To demonstrate the student's level of competence in:

• The first two steps in problem solving • Walk-throughs

Assignment: Read chapter 2 of the Green Morrell textbook, then consider the following Problem:

Problem Statement (paste this into the top of your submission)

Bob runs a food truck business with four trucks. Every day, each truck leaves the warehouse and travels to a different part of town, selling food at multiple construction sites. To better understand his business, he collects metrics every day for each truck. The metrics include 1) the number of sites visited, 2) the cost of gas for the day, and 3) the revenue. Each day in the morning, the first thing Bob wants to do is generate a consolidated report of the previous days’ metrics. Bob has hired you to develop a program that he can run on a computer, where he can enter those previous day’s metrics and be shown a consolidated output report.

To enter metrics into the program, Bob will first enter the date – one time only. After this he will start entering the data for each individual truck in this order; Truck ID, number of Sites visited, Gas Expense, and Revenue. After each item of data has been entered, that data should immediately be shown to Bob on the computer screen to allow him to ensure the data is correct. After all the data for a given truck is entered, the program should display the profit for that truck, calculated as the Revenue minus the Gas Expense. After Bob has entered ALL the data for ALL the trucks, he should enter the value “End

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