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COSC 051 Project #1

Claude’s Custom Counters, Inc.
Background
Claude has built a booming business designing high-end custom counters for discerning customers. Claude’s
motto, right angles are just wrong, guides his every design. While most vendors deliver boring rectangular
designs, Claude will only produce parallelogram counters having interior angels that are not 90˚. As a boutique
designer for eccentric customers Claude was previously able to make all calculations in his head. However,
demand for his custom designs recently went mainstream and he is now in serious need of automation. You must
develop a computer program to determine how much one of Claude’s custom countertops will cost.
Each countertop piece is cut from stone blocks. Materials currently offered are:
• Marble, at $92.99/sq ft installed
• Granite, at $78.99/sq ft installed
• Quartz, at $56.99/sq ft installed
The initial cost of a counter is based upon the area of material required for fabrication. Because of wastage when
pieces are cut, we must add 26% to the area of the finished piece and then round that up to the nearest whole
number.
Exposed edges can be finished by smoothing and polishing for $4.99 a linear foot.
Program Input
• The type of stone (first letter of the stone name)
• The length of the countertop
• The depth of the countertop
• The height of the countertop
• How many length edges and depth edges are to be finished
P
Parallelogram
Q
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depth
length
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Each item of input requires validation. The minimum value for both length and depth is 5 feet. The maximum
value for both length and depth is 25 feet. The length must be greater than or equal to the depth (if the length
and depth are equal, the counter is a rhombus). The height must be between 58% and 80% of the shortest side:
5.0 ≤ �����ℎ ≤ 25.0
5.0 ≤ ����ℎ ≤ 25.0
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0.58 ����ℎ ≤ ℎ���ℎ� ≤ 0.80 depth
The type of stone must be one of the three options specified above. The number of finished length edges must be
an integer between 0 and 2. The number of finished depth edges must be an integer between 0 and 2. After each
value is entered, the value shall be tested to ensure that it is valid and/or within the appropriate numeric range. If
any entry is invalid an error message shall be displayed and the program will end. You are not required to test for
data type errors. This means that if a character value is expected you may assume that the user entered a
character, if a number is expected, you may assume that the user entered a number. For character values (such as
the first letter of stone names) your software shall accept both upper case and lower case letters as valid. Your
software shall also disregard any extraneous information typed after a valid entry. For example the lower case
letter g would be valid for granite, the upper case letter G would be valid for granite, as would the entire name
Granite (all characters after the G are ignored). If all values entered are valid, then your software shall make the
required calculations and output the results specified below.
Program Output
• The length, depth, and height of the countertop
• The number of square feet of material needed to begin fabrication
• The cost of the stone
• The cost of the edge finishing
• The total cost of the above
Screen Captures
See the Project 1 Assignment on Canvas.
Grade Rubric
See the Project 1 Assignment on Canvas.
Academic Integrity
This is an individual project and all work must be your own. Refer to the guidelines specified in the
Academic Honesty section of this course syllabus or contact me if you have any questions.
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Part A – Design Document
Include the following comments at the start of your design document file:
For the first part of this project you must submit a pseudocode design document showing the algorithm(s) you
plan to implement. Our pseudocode language for the project contains the following terms:
START
INPUT
OUTPUT
CALCULATE
IF condition, THEN statement
IF condition, THEN statement; OTHERWISE, statement
STOP
If you need to group multiple statements together, say in an IF statement, use
BEGIN
statement

statement
END
Part A – Pseudo-Code Design Submission Details
Upload to Canvas a .pdf file containing your design using the language described above. Your submissions is due
before 2:00pm on Wednesday, September 19th. Use the following file name for your file: <netID>P1.pdf
(replace <netID> with your netID and remove the angle brackets). Late submissions will be penalized 2.5 points
for each 15 minutes after the due date. Files submitted more than 10 hours late will receive a score of zero.
/*
* <netID>P1.pdf
*
* COSC 051 Fall 2018
* Project #1 (Design)
*
* Due on: SEP 19, 2018
* Author: <your netID>
*
*
* In accordance with the class policies and Georgetown’s
* Honor Code, I certify that, with the exception of the
* class resources and those items noted below, I have neither
* given nor received any assistance on this project.
*
* References not otherwise commented within the program source code.
* Note that you should not mention any help from the TAs, the professor,
* or any code taken from the class textbooks.
*/
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Part B – Source Code
Important: Your output and input should be very similar to that shown in the sample output. Please ask for the
input in exactly the same order shown and only request the same items shown – do not ask for any other input.
This will assist in grading your program. Some content must also be included in your program exactly as specified.
Include the following comments at the start of your source code file:
These comments must appear exactly as shown above. The only difference will be values that you replace where
there are “place holders” within angle brackets such as <your netID> which should be replaced by your own
netID and the angle brackets removed.
Part B – Submission Details
Upload to Canvas a .cpp file containing your C++ program. Your submission is due before end-of-day (11:59pm)
on Wednesday, October 3rd. In general, requests for extensions will not be considered. Late submissions will be
penalized 2.5 points for each 15 minutes after the due date. Files submitted more than 10 hours late will receive a
score of zero. Do NOT post your executable file. You should ensure that your source file compiles on the cs-class
server and that the executable file runs and produces the correct output on the cs-class server. Use main.cpp
as the name for your source code file.
/*
* main.cpp
*
* COSC 051 Fall 2018
* Project #1 (Code)
*
* Due on: OCT 3, 2018
* Author: <your netID>
*
*
* In accordance with the class policies and Georgetown’s
* Honor Code, I certify that, with the exception of the
* class resources and those items noted below, I have neither
* given nor received any assistance on this project.
*
* References not otherwise commented within the program source code.
* Note that you should not mention any help from the TAs, the professor,
* or any code taken from the class textbooks.
*/

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