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1. Sales Tax

Design a program that will ask the user to enter the amount of a purchase. The program should

then compute the state and county sales tax. Assume the state sales tax is 4 percent and the

county sales tax is 2 percent. The program should display the amount of the purchase, the state

sales tax, the county sales tax, the total sales tax, and the total of the sale (which is the sum of

the amount of purchase plus the total sales tax)

Design a program that will ask the user to enter the amount of a purchase. The program should

then compute the state and county sales tax. Assume the state sales tax is 4 percent and the

county sales tax is 2 percent. The program should display the amount of the purchase, the state

sales tax, the county sales tax, the total sales tax, and the total of the sale (which is the sum of

the amount of purchase plus the total sales tax)

Write a algorithm to solve

the interviewer candidate problem.

the interviewer candidate problem.

Write a pseudocode version of the factorial function . . .

(a) iteratively.

(b) recursively.

(a) iteratively.

(b) recursively.

Using pseudo code, write a program that works out the price of a garden hose for a user defined length in m (£1.56 per metre)

Write a pseudocode algorithm to compute the product of the first n positive integers. How many multiplications does your algorithm perform?

programming and problem solving using IPO charts and algorithm to determine a golf gameplay

Let T(n) = 7T(n/2) + 3n2 + 2.

Using Master Theorem and the Limits approach, show that T(n) = O(n3)

Using Master Theorem and the Limits approach, show that T(n) = O(n3)

Let T(n) = 7T(n/2) + 3n2 + 2.

Using Master Theorem and the Limits approach, show that T(n) = O(n3)

Using Master Theorem and the Limits approach, show that T(n) = O(n3)

Let T(n) = 3T(n/4) + nlogn. Solve the recurrence using Master Theorem.

Solve the following recurrence relation (without using Master Theorem)

C(n/2) + logn, for n > 1. C(1) = 0

C(n/2) + logn, for n > 1. C(1) = 0