The program here takes two values, and passes them to a function salled swapThem

The program here takes two values, and passes them to a function salled swapThem().  This function simply swaps the values of the variables.Here is the code:

And here is the output:

Now, you enter the code, and run it.  (No Flowchart this time).
Upload your .c file and a screen shot of your code output saved in a Word document including the path name directory at the top of the screen into the dropbox for grading.

Use what you’ve learned this week to respond to the following: Find and share a

Use what you’ve learned this week to respond to the following:
Find and share an example of poor public persuasive communication. Discuss the delivery problem(s) and propose suggestions for improvement OR ways to avoid the problem(s) in future communications.
What can you learn from these poor examples (both yours and those of classmates)?
What does “death by PowerPoint” mean to you? What are some best practices for effectively using visual aids?

Write out the logic to the following problems. Example: Represent the logic of a

Write out the logic to the following problems.Example: Represent the logic of a program that allows the user to enter a value. The program divides the value by 2 and outputs the result.
Solution:
start
  input myNumber
  set myAnswer = myNumber / 2
  output myAnswer
stop

Represent the logic of a program that allows the user to enter a value for one edge of a cube. The program calculates the surface area of one side of the cube, the surface area of the cube, and its volume. The program outputs all the results.
Represent the logic of a program that allows the user to enter two values. The program outputs the product of the two values.
Represent the logic of a program that allows the user to enter values for the width and length of a room’s floor in feet. The program outputs the area of the floor in square feet.

Put your solutions in a Word document, and upload it

Please refer to the lecture page (Understanding the Program Development Cycle )

Please refer to the lecture page (Understanding the Program Development Cycle ) before you start working on this assignment. Please watch the following short video that explains the steps to create a flowchart and pseudocode.
Video Link: Overview of Flow chart and Pseudo code using a simple program (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
You will write a flowchart, and C code for a program that does the following:
1. Asks a user for a number.
2. Multiplies that number by itself.
3. Outputs the number and the result, using descriptive language to tell the user what they’re seeing.
Here is what the program looks like when it’s executed:

Upload your Flowgorithm file, your .c file, and a screen shot of your code output saved in a Word document including the path name directory at the top of the screen into the dropbox for grading.

You will write a flowchart, and C code for a program that does the following: 1.

You will write a flowchart, and C code for a program that does the following:1. Asks a user for their age.
2. Uses an “if” statement to determine if the user is under age 18.
3. Has appropriate output telling the user if they can vote or not.
Here is what the program looks like when it’s executed:

File Submission
Upload your Flowgorithm file, your .c file, and a screen shot of your code output saved in a Word document including the path name directory at the top of the screen into the dropbox for grading. 

Detailed Analysis on how a organization applies the following –   Fundamentals o

Detailed Analysis on how a organization applies the following – 
Fundamentals of leadership, including leadership styles and traits, Strategic thinking, Emotional intelligence, Communication and leadership, Organizational culture and climate, High performing teams, Managing change, Problem management and decision making, Consensus building and negotiation, Ethics and professional codes of conduct, Managing conflict, Strategic planning, Power and Politics   

Now, we’re going to tie together the prior Guided Practice, where you drew out a

Now, we’re going to tie together the prior Guided Practice, where you drew out a program in Flowgorithm with the C Language.  You’re going to write a C Program that translates your flowchart into code, and then compile it.So, this flowchart:

will produce this output:

We accomplish that by entering code into the compiler.  
Please enter exactly this code into your  Dev C++ compiler.  Then compile and run.

After compiling, you should get the output shown indicated above.
Upload your .c file and your code output saved in a Word document including the path name directory at the top of the screen into the dropbox for grading.

   · After studying the assigned readings attached as files, synthesize what you

  · After studying the assigned readings attached as files, synthesize what you have learned by completing the following in essay format. Search online and find a website for an organization which has a campaign promoting a core issue that interests you (For example: The Red Cross and need for blood donations–You may not use this example).

Start your essay with a short overview of the organization and the issue (just a few lines) and then consider the topics we have covered in this week’s readings and discuss how they are reflected in what you see on this website. 

What clear messages do you see? 

What audiences is the institution trying to reach?

How has technology affected the way this organization presents itself?
 
Consider issues of Media Ethics and how they are represented or manifested in the website. Draw on examples offered on that website to support your observations. Specifically consider the content of 21st Century Communication: A Reference Handbook: Chapter 77: Theories and Effects of Public Relations, under the section “Assumptions and Lay Theories.” 

Which of these theories does the content of your chosen site most closely align with? 

Why? Explain your answer.

The essay should be in 12pt type, no more than 2 pages in length, double spaced. Approximately 500-600 words, and must be properly cited throughout the paper in APA format and must contain a Reference sheet or Bibliography. Support your responses with research from the Learning Resources. 

*due on February 17, 2019 at 12:00pm eastern time*