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4.50 A pizza shop is planning to offer on-line purchasing. Pizzas can be purchased in three different sizes. The cost is $10 for a small pizza (plain, with cheese and tomato sauce), $12 for medium and $15 for large. The following toppings are available: mushrooms, pepperoni, sausage, onions, green peppers, black olives, and shrimp. Each topping is an additional $1 for a small pizza, $1.50 for a medium pizza and $2.25 for a large pizza. In addition, customers can order a supreme, with everything on it, for $15 (small), $20 (medium), and $27 (large). Create a Visual Basic project for this purpose. Allow the customer to specify the size, and the choice of individual toppings. In addition, include an option to order a supreme for each of the three sizes. (Disable the individual topping selections if a supreme is chosen.) Display the cost of the pizza, the state tax (assuming a rate of 6 percent), and the total cost as separate data items. Test the project, using numerical values of your own choosing. 4.51 Create a Visual Basic project that will allow the user to select the name of a country from a list and then display the corresponding capital, and vice versa. For simplicity, restrict the project to the following countries and their corresponding capitals. Canada England France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico People s Republic of China Russia Spain United States Ottawa London Paris Berlin New Delhi Rome Tokyo Mexico City Beijing Moscow Madrid Washington, D.C.
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4.52 Create a Visual Basic project that will either convert U.S. dollars into a foreign currency, or convert a foreign currency into U.S. dollars. The foreign currencies and their U.S. dollar equivalents are: 1 U.S. dollar = 0.6 1.4 2.3 6.8 2.0 100 9.5 1.6 British pounds Canadian dollars Dutch guilders French francs German marks Japanese yen Mexican pesos Swiss francs
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Your project should include two option buttons within a frame, to select either U.S. to foreign conversion or foreign to U.S. conversion. Nine additional option buttons should be placed within another frame, to select the particular foreign currency. Use a text box to specify a given amount of money in the source currency, and another text box to display the equivalent amount of money in the target currency. Include an appropriate set of labels for each conversion type. 4.53 Extend the project written for Prob. 4.52 so that any currency can be converted to any other currency. For simplicity, restrict the currencies to the ten countries (including the U.S.) listed in Prob. 4.52.
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4.54 Create a Visual Basic project to solve for the real roots of the quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 using the well-known quadratic formulas b + b 2 4ac 2a b b 2 4ac 2a
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where x1 and x2 represent the desired real roots. (Recall that these formulas are valid only if b2 > 4ac). Design the program so that the values of a, b and c are entered into separate (labeled) text boxes. Then test to determine if b2 > 4ac, as required. If so, calculate the values of x1 and x2, and display them in separate (labeled) text boxes. If b2 does not exceed 4ac, display an error message, instructing the user to enter new values for a, b and c. 4.55 Suppose you deposit P dollars in a savings account for n years. If the money earns interest at the rate of i percent per year, compounded annually, then after n years, the original sum of money will have increased to F = P (1 + 0.01i ) n where F represents the final accumulation. Usually, however, the interest is compounded more often than once a year, even though the interest rate (i) is stated on an annual basis. Thus, if the interest is compounded quarterly, then F = P (1 + 0.01i / 4 ) 4 n where i is the annual interest rate (expressed as a percentage), and n is still the number of years (not the number of quarters). Similarly, if the interest is compounded monthly, then F = P (1 + 0.01i / 12)12n Moreover, if the interest is compounded daily, then F = P (1 + 0.01i / 365) 365n These results can be generalized into the following single equation: F = P (1 + 0.01i / c ) cn where c takes on the following values: Annual compounding: Quarterly compounding: Monthly compounding: Daily compounding: c=1 c=4 c = 12 c = 365
Create a Visual Basic project to determine the future value of a deposit (F), given P, i and n as input values. Enter each of the input values via a text box (with an accompanying label). Include four option buttons to specify the frequency of compounding. Display the final result in a separate text box.
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