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Homework 1 In this program we will be calculating the usable square feet for a house with a maximum of four rooms with different measurements that a user can input in order to get the output of usable square feet. I will explore the steps on how to exactly figure out the square feet of each room and then the square feet of the house. I will also create three sets of test data that we will use to include the inputs and the expected output of each test case. At the end of it all, I will provide the pseudocode of my overall design. In this step, I will need to figure out how to exactly calculate the square feet or area of a rectangle. With a little refresher in math I found the formula A = L * W or L * W = A, where A is the area, L is the length, W is the width, and * simply means to multiply. Here is an example of the calculation of room 1; we will give L a value of 30 ft. and W a value of 20 ft. giving us 30 * 20 = A. Now that we know the values of L and W we can find the value of A by multiplying L by W, giving us 30 * 20 = 600 sq. ft. So in room 1 we have 600 square feet. Using the above formula we can go two different routes with our calculations. One way is to have the user input the total length of all rooms added together and doing the same with the width of the rooms. This would have the program only have two inputs and one output. The other way would be to have the user input the values of the rooms’ length separately and again the same with the widths. Either way gives the same output as the total usable square feet. This would give the programmer flexibility on how complex the code might be. I have gone over that the program need to calculate the total usable square feet of a house having one to four rooms. I have also explored the formula (A = L * W) used to calculate

the needed output with L and W being the input from the user on…...

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