# Activity 7

```TBE 540
Pseudocode to Flowchart Exercise
Use the pseudocode to make a flowchart for the following program descriptions.
Use these flowcharting symbols:
START/END
PROCESS
INPUT/OUTPUT
DECISION
Program 1
The program will (1) ask for the user’s name, then (2) print HI and the name. The
program will then (3) ask what year the user was born, (4) calculate the age, and (5) print
the age. (6) If the student is over 21, the program will (7) print YOU ARE AN ADULT!
PSEUDOCODE
START
FLOWCHART
START
(1) Get name
Get name
(2) Print HI and name
(4) Calculate age
(5) Print age
(6) Age &gt; 21?
(7) If Y, print message
END
Program 2
The program will (1) choose two random numbers, then (2) print them out as an addition
problem. The program will then (3) ask the user to (4) enter the correct answer. (5) If the
answer is correct, the program will (6) print RIGHT. (6) If the answer is wrong, the
program will (7) print NO, THE ANSWER IS and the correct answer.
PSEUDOCODE
START
FLOWCHART
START
(1) Calc. two random numbers
(4) Wait for input
(6) If Y, print RIGHT
(7) If N, print NO THE ANSWER IS +
END
Calc. 2
random num.
Program 3
The goal of the program is to take in several numbers and print the average. Each number
will come in one at a time. Each time a number comes in, the computer will have to add it
to the running total and add one to the “number of numbers” so the average can be
calculated. This process will need to be repeated until the user is finished entering all the
numbers. At the end, the average must be calculated and printed. There will have to be a
way for the computer to tell whether or not there is another number coming in or whether
it should print the average. NOTE: You can show “looping” (repeating) on a flowchart
or the pseudocode by just drawing a line with an arrow.
Brainstorm on the steps needed to make this happen. Write the “pseudocode” and (if you
dare) try the flowchart.
PSEUDOCODE
START
FLOWCHART
START
```