PART A – CHOOSE YOUR SALARY
Salary Options: You are offered two salary options for a fixed number of days. Option A: $300 per day. Option B: $1 the first day, $2 the second day, $4 the third day, and so on, with the amount doubling each day. Determine which option pays better.
• More specifically, write two functions, optionA and optionB, that will calculate and return the amount of money based on a single integer argument, the number of days worked.
• Your program should ask the user to enter from the keyboard the number of days worked.
• It should call each function and store those results to wages1 and wages2. Both of those should be printed to the screen.
• Finally, your program should print out which option is better.
• Here is an example of the screen interaction if the user were to type in 10 for the number of days:
How many days did you work? 10
Option A pays $3000
Option B pays $1023
Option A is better
NOTE: This program must use two functions as described above.
NOTE #2: Function optionB must use a loop.
NOTE #3: Be sure that you use meaningful variables in your code and include appropriate documentation for both the overall program and each function.
• Upload your program to Canvas
PART B – MORE WITH UNA’S PRINT SHOPPE
Remember in Module #3, you wrote a program to compute the cost of a copier:
Copy Cost: Una’s Print Shoppe charges 12 cents per copy for the first 100 copies and 7 cents per copy for each additional copy. Write a program that asks for the customer’s name and how many copies they need. Your program should output the customer’s name and the total cost (using a dollar sign and 2 decimal places).
For this project, you will modify your earlier program so that it uses functions:
• Write a copyCost function that will have one argument, the number of copies. It should compute the cost based on the given formula and then return that cost.
• Write a main function that will ask for the customer’s name and the number of copies. It will then make a call to your copyCost function and store the result to a variable. Finally, it should print the customer’s name and the copy cost (using a dollar sign and 2 decimal places).
1. Write a flowchart to model the solution to the problem. Save it as a PDF document.
2. Implement the solution to your problem as a Python program. Add a couple of comment lines above each function definition. Add at least 4 lines of comments at the top.
• Upload both files.
F-D C B A
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