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2. The manager of the Super Supermarket would like to be able to compute the unit price for products sold there. To do this, the program should input the name and price of an item and its weight in pounds and ounces. Then it should determine and display the unit price (the price per ounce) of that item and the total cost of the amount purchased. You will need the following variables:

ItemName (a String) Pounds (a Float) Ounces (a Float)
PoundPrice (a Float) TotalPrice (a Float) UnitPrice (a Float) You will need the following formulas:
UnitPrice = PoundPrice/16
TotalPrice = PoundPrice*(Pounds + Ounces/16)

1. Display a Title of Program
2. Prompt for Item Name
3. Prompt for Item Price
4. Prompt for Weight in Pounds
5. Prompt for Ounces
6. Convert Pounds to Ounces and add to Input Ounces
7. Divide Total Price by Ounces
8. Display Price per Ounce
Item Name (string: ItemName)
Item Price (Real: Price)
Item Weight in Pounds (Integer: Pounds)
Fraction of Ounces (Integer: Ounces)

Unit Price (Real: UnitPrice)


Main Module

Declare itemName as String
Declare price as real
Declare pounds as integer
Declare ounces as integer
Declare unitPrice as real
Write “Unit Price Program”
Write “This program computes the unit price for an item” Call Input Data Module
Call Perform Calculations Module
Call Output Results Module
End Program

End Main Module

Input Data Module

Write “What is the item’s name”
Input itemName
Write “How much does the items cost?”
Input price
Write “What is the weight in pounds (no fractions)?”
Input pounds
Write “What are the fractional ounces?”
Input ounces

End Input Data Module

Perform Calculations Module

Set ounces = pounds/16 + ounces
unitPrice = price/ounces

End Perform Calculations Module

Output Results Module

Write “The item is,” itemName...
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