1. You have been asked to write a computer program that will figure out the total of an order when given the amount of the order ($200) and a sales tax rate of five percent. I want you to write the op codes and operands necessary to make this program run (Programming Assignment 2 has a list of all the op codes. Then write the visual basic script necessary for this program to run.
For each of the following 2 and 3 you will need to provide: a notepad file with the Problem Statement (Assumptions, Input, Calculations, Output), a separate notepad file with the Human Algorithm, a Flow chart using Visual Logic, and a vb script using html kit (.htm file).
2. You have been tasked with writing a program for a lumber yard. They sell lumber to employees, contractors and the general public. They have three different types of discounts. Employees get a 5% discount, orders over $500 get a 10% discount, and contractors get a 25% discount. A customer can get only one discount. The program will take in the total of the order, apply any discounts, apply 6% sales tax and come up with the final amount of the order. Customers over 90 years old do not have to pay sales tax. They want to see the amount of the original order, the amount of any discounts, the subtotal, the amount of tax (zero for old people) and the final amount of the bill. Make sure you not only get the correct answer but your code is efficiently written.
If then this is the output:
a 55 year old employee who is a registered contractor makes a $1,000 order

A 96 year old customer makes a $1000 order.

A 60 year old employee makes a $500 order

original price was $1,000.00 discount was $250.00 subtotal is $750.00 tax is $45.00 final price is $795.00

Original Price: $1000 discount: $100 subtotal: $900 tax: $0 final price: $900

Original Price: $500 discount: $25 subtotal: $475 tax: $28.50 final price: $503.50

3. You have been tasked to write a computer program for a landscaping trucking company to help them figure out how much to pay their drivers. All drivers are paid $100 per load of fill dirt. They will get paid a $10 bonus on all loads transported over the basic 12 loads per day. The premium jumps to a $15 premium on all loads transported over 18 loads per day. The user will let you know how many loads a driver completed during that day and your program will calculate the total pay for the driver. They way to see the total number of loads a drive made and the total amount to be paid.
So, if a diver drives 20 loads they receive $1200 for the first 12 loads, they receive $110 per load for loads 13 through 18 ($660) and $115 for loads 19 and 20 ($230) for a total of $2,090.00