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DAT 210 Data Programming Week 5 Functional Programming


Your software company was invited to provide a proposal for a company in Australia. You currently have the cost in US dollars and need to convert the prices to the Australian dollar.


Write a 2-part program using Ruby, Java®, or Python.


Part 1: Write a function to gather the following costs from the user:


Travel Cost: $9,800
Hotel Cost: $3,500
Rental Car Cost: $1,600
Labor Cost: $15,500


Part 2: Write a function to convert the costs from United States dollar (USD) to Australian dollar (AUD). Note: Look up the current USD to AUD exchange rate to use in your function.


Test the program 3 times by providing different costs in USD.


Provide the code and take a screenshot of the output, then paste the screenshots into a Microsoft® Word document.


Write a half-page response in the same Microsoft® Word document to address the following:


Provide a manual for the user explaining how to use the program.
Explain what type of user input validations you should have. What happens if the user enters a negative number? What happens if the user puts a $ in the input?
Review the readings for this week from Ruby on Rails Tutorial or the Pluralsight videos if you have additional questions on deploying Ruby applications.

DAT 210 Data Programming Week 5 Functional Programming

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DAT 210 Data Programming Week 5 Functional Programming

Your software company was invited to provide a proposal for a company in Australia. You currently have the cost in US dollars and need to convert the prices to the Australian dollar.

Write a 2-part program using Ruby, Java®, or Python.

Part 1: Write a function to gather the following costs from the user:

Travel Cost: $9,800
Hotel Cost: $3,500
Rental Car Cost: $1,600
Labor Cost: $15,500

Part 2: Write a function to convert the costs from United States dollar (USD) to Australian dollar (AUD). Note: Look up the current USD to AUD exchange rate to use in your function.

Test the program 3 times by providing different costs in USD.

Provide the code and take a screenshot of the output, then paste the screenshots into a Microsoft® Word document.

Write a half-page response in the same Microsoft® Word document to address the following:

Provide a manual for the user explaining how to use the program.
Explain what type of user input validations you should have. What happens if the user enters a negative number? What happens if the user puts a $ in the input?
Review the readings for this week from Ruby on Rails Tutorial or the Pluralsight videos if you have additional questions on deploying Ruby applications.

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