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Draw a flowchart to represent the logic of a program that allows the user to enter a value that represents the radius of a circle. The program calculates the diameter (by multiplying the radius by 2), and then calculates the circumference (by multiplying the diameter by 3.14). The program prints both the diameter and the circumference
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by:TommySzalapski
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This is obviously an academic question so we are not allowed to just do the work for you. (You don't learn anything that way and it's technically cheating anyway).

Why don't you post what you have so far? (You can take a screen shot and upload the image.)
Then we can tell you if it's right and how to fix it if not.
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by:ash0883
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Here is what I have. I have no idea if I"m doing this right.
flowchart.docx
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Those look like good steps. Now all you need to do is put them in the right shapes. You should have something from the class that tells you what shapes to use for the start and stop, the input, the commands, and the output.
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by:ash0883
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Thanks for your input.
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