1. What is a flowchart?
A flowchart is a visual representation that illustrates the sequence of operations to be performed to get the solution of a problem.
2.Describe the basic flowchart symbols for;
3. With the decision making symbol (diamond) and the process symbol (rectangle), what are the rules for how many lines may enter and leave the symbol.
With the decision making symbol one arrow enters the box but multiple (normally two) can leave. With the process symbol one arrow enters and leaves the box.
4. Study the sample flowcharts then create a flowchart for a coin toss where heads means Mary pays for the pizza and Tales means Bill pays.
- SUM is a variable
- Essentially before 'N' it really says 'let N equal 0'.