Programming Logic

Programming logic and design Assignment – Solar System

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Programming logic and design problem

You have been asked by a science museum to create an application that displays information about planets to visitors. When users select a planet, they should be able to read information about the selected planet.

Create an application that displays the following menu:

      Select a Planet

  1. Mercury
  2. Venus
  3. Earth
  4. Mars
  5. Exit the program

Enter your selection.

When the user selects a planet from the menu, the program should display data about the planet’s average distance from the sun, the planet’s mass, and the planet’s surface temperature. Use the following data in your program:

·         Mercury

 

o    Average distance from the sun

o    Mass

o    Surface temperature

·         Venus

o    Average distance from the sun

o    Mass

o    Surface temperature

·         Earth

o    Average distance from the sun

o    Mass

o    Surface temperature

·         Mars

o    Average distance from the sun

o    Mass

o    Surface temperature

·

 

o    57.9 million kilometers

o    3.31 × 10^23 kg

o    –173 to 430 degrees Celsius

·

o    108.2 million kilometers

o    4.87 × 10^24 kg

o    472 degrees Celsius

·

o    149.6 million kilometers

o    5.967 × 10^24 kg

o    –50 to 50 degrees Celsius

·

o    227.9 million kilometers

o    0.6424 × 10^24 kg

o    –140 to 20 degrees Celsius

To do

  1. Create pseudo-code for the program
  2. Create flowchart for the program

Solution of programming logic and design

Pennfoster programming logic and design problem

Pennfoster programming logic and design problem solution

Pennfoster programming logic and design problem 2

Module main()
  Declare Integer menuSelection
  
  Do
  Call display (menuSelection)
  
  Select menuSelection
   Case 1:
   Call mercuryDetails()
   
   Case 2:
   Call venusDetails()
   
   Case 3:
   Call earthDetails()
   
   Case 4:
   Call marsDetails()
   
   End Select
   While menuSelection!=5
 End module
 
Module displayMenu (Integer Ref selection)
 
Display "1. Mercury"
Display "2. Venus"
Display "3. Earth"
Display "4. Mars"
Display "5. Exit the program"
Display
   
   Display "Select a Planet"
   Input Selection
   
While selection < 1 OR selection > 5
  Display "That is an invalid selection ", "Enter 1,2,3,4,5"
  Input menuSelection
 End While
 End Module
 
 
 Module mercuryDetails() 
 Display "Average distance from sun = 57.9 millions kilometers "
 Display "Mass = 3.31 x 10^23 kilograms "
 Display "Surface temperature = -173 to 430 degree Celcius "
 
 End Module
 
 Module venusDetails() 
 Display "Average distance from sun = 108.2 millions kilometers "
 Display "Mass = 4.87 x 10^24 kilograms "
 Display "Surface temperature = 472 degree Celcius "
 
 End Module
 
 Module earthDetails() 
 Display "Average distance from sun = 149.6 millions kilometers "
 Display "Mass = 5.967 x 10^24 kilograms "
 Display "Surface temperature = -50 to 50 degree Celcius "
 
 End Module
 
 Module matsDetails() 
 Display "Average distance from sun = 227.9 millions kilometers "
 Display "Mass = 0.6424 x 10^24 kilograms "
 Display "Surface temperature = -140 to 20 degree Celcius "
 
 End Module
 
 

End Note

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