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Use a few sentences to describe the problem given below . Also, Identify the nouns and...

Use a few sentences to describe the problem given below . Also, Identify the nouns and verbs used in the below project descriptions.  Identified nouns, list the ones that are necessary to define variables in your program. For each variable, specify its name, data type, and what information it is used to store. Write the pseudo code algorithm (i.e. algorithm steps) to solve this problem. (For the base salaries and commission rates use constants instead to keep these values. Use the if else statement and loop statement)

In the C++ code
Use COMMENT YOUR CODE and use meaningful variable names; and. Conduct the following error checking of user input: - length of employment must NOT be less than or equal to 0  - sales amount must NOT be less than or equal to 0.
Create your testing plan and follow your testing plan to thoroughly test all possible cases, which include all commission rates, lengths of employment, and employment categories. Make sure to test your error checking code. Keep all your testing data and testing results so you can submit them.


Problem question 1, Write a program to calculate the salary paid to its salespersons at Pohanka.
The salary is calculated based on a salesperson’s length of employment in years and employment category (full-time employee
or part-time employee).
The salary calculation rules are as following:
1) If an employee is a part-time employee and worked here for less than 5 years, the salary consists of only the commission amount.
                                                                                                2) If an employee is a part-time employee and worked here for more than or equal to 5 years, the salary consists of base salary of $2,500 and commission amount;
3) If an employee is a full-time employee and worked here for less than 5 years, the salary consists of base salary of $5,000 and commission amount;
4) If an employee is a full-time employee and worked here for more than or equal to 5 years, the salary consists of base salary of $10,000 and commission amount.
The commission amount is calculated using the following commission rates:
Sales Amount Commission Rate
$0 to $15,000 10%
$15,001 to $60,000 15%
Over $60,000 33%
Write the program will receive a user’s input of the number of salespersons from the keyboard. For each salesperson, your program will
1) read in the salesperson’s first name, last name, the length of employment in years, employment category, and the sale amount in dollar from the keyboard;
2) calculate the appropriate commission and salary for this salesperson; 3) display this salesperson’s first name, last name, total commission, and total salary amount in a nice format. Before    your program exits, it should display the average commission and the average salary amount for all the employees.

Homework Answers

Answer #1

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;
int main() {
  
int num_emp,totalCommision=0,totalsalary=0;
cout << "Enter number of employees"<<endl;
cin>>num_emp; //num_emp contains number of employees.
string fname[num_emp],lname[num_emp]; //contains list of first names and last names of employees.
float elength[num_emp],sale[num_emp],salary[num_emp],commision[num_emp];
char category[num_emp]; //Employement category F for full-time and P for Part-time.
  
for(int i=0;i<num_emp;i++) //for each number of employees.
{
cout<<"Enter first name ";
cin>>fname[i];
cout<<"last name ";
cin>>lname[i];
cout<<"employment length in years ";
cin>>elength[i];
if(elength[i]<0)
{
cout<<"employment length should be greater than 0."<<endl;
exit(0);
}
cout<<"employment category : Press F for full-time and P for Part-time ";
cin>>category[i];
cout<<"sale amount ";
cin>>sale[i];
if(sale[i]<0)
{
cout<<"sale should be greater than 0."<<endl;
exit(0);
}
}
  
for(int i=0;i<num_emp;i++)
{
if(sale[i]>=0 && sale[i]<=15000) // 0 < sale < 15000 : commision is 10% of sale.
commision[i]=0.1*sale[i];
else if(sale[i]>15000 && sale[i]<=60000) // 15001 < sale < 60000 : commision is 15% of sale.
commision[i]=0.15*sale[i];
else if(sale[i]>60000) // 60001 < sale : commision is 33% of sale.
commision[i]=0.33*sale[i];
  
if(category[i]=='P' && elength[i]<5) // If employee is part-time and worked for less than 5 years, then salary=commission amount.
{
salary[i]=commision[i];
}
if(category[i]=='P' && elength[i]>=5) // If employee is part-time and worked for less than 5 years, then salary=commission amount+2500.
{
salary[i]=commision[i]+2500;
}

if(category[i]=='F' && elength[i]<5) // If employee is part-time and worked for less than 5 years, then salary=commission amount+5000.
{
salary[i]=commision[i]+5000;
}
  
if(category[i]=='F' && elength[i]>=5) // If employee is part-time and worked for less than 5 years, then salary=commission amount+10000.
{
salary[i]=commision[i]+10000;
}
totalsalary+=salary[i]; //totalsalary=sum of salary of each employee.
totalCommision+=commision[i]; //totalcommision=sum of commision of each employee.
}
  
cout<<"First Name\tLast Name\tTotal Commision\tTotal salary\n"<<endl;
for(int i=0;i<num_emp;i++)
{
cout<<fname[i]<<"\t\t"<<lname[i]<<"\t\t"<<commision[i]<<"\t\t"<<salary[i]<<endl;
}
  
cout<<endl;


cout<<"Average Commision:"<<(totalCommision/num_emp)<<endl; //Showing avg. commission in the end.
cout<<"Average Salary:"<<(totalsalary/num_emp)<<endl; //Showing avg. salary in the end.
  
return 0;
}

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