POS 409 UOP COURSE TUTORIAL/UOPHELP

providing accessible,easy to understand


POS 409 Entire Course

For more course tutorials visit

www.uophelp.com

POS 409 Week 2 Assignment and Discussion Questions

POS 409 Week 3 Assignment and Discussion Questions

POS 409 Week 4 Assignment and Discussion Questions

POS 409 Week 5 Assignment and Discussion Questions

**************************************

POS 409 Week 2 Assignment and Discussion Questions

For more course tutorials visit

www.uophelp.com

Basic Checkbook Organizer
This assignment is based upon Assignment #2 - Basic Checkbook Organizer. Details for this assignment can be found in the Individual Assignments & Grading Requirements Post in the Course Materials Forum
Change request 20
Write the program in VB.Net (not Web based) with a graphical user interface. Have the user input the amount of the mortgage, the term of the mortgage and the interest rate. Display the mortgage payment amount based on the user’s inputs. Allow the user to loop back and enter new data or quit. Insert comments to document the program.
Additional Instructions:
Build a Windows ba

***********************************************

POS 409 Week 3 Assignment and Discussion Questions

For more course tutorials visit

www.uophelp.com

Extended Checkbook Organizer

This assignment is based upon Assignment #3 - Extended Checkbook Organizer. Details for this assignment can be found in the Individual Assignments & Grading Requirements Post in the Course Materials Forum

Change request 21

Write the program in VB.Net (not Web based) with a graphical user interface. Have the user input the amount of the mortgage and then select from a menu of mortgage loans:

7 years at 5.35%

15 years at 5.5%

30 years at 5.75%

Use an array for the different loans. Display the mortgage payment amount. Then, list the loan balance and interest paid for each payment over the term of the loan. Allow the user to loop b

****************************************************

POS 409 Week 4 Assignment and Discussion Questions

For more course tutorials visit

www.uophelp.com

Extended Checkbook Organizer – Batch Mode

This assignment is based upon Assignment #4 - Extended Checkbook Organizer – Batch Mode. Details for this assignment can be found in the Individual Assignments & Grading Requirements Post in the Course Materials Forum

Change request 22

Write the program in VB.Net (not Web based) with a graphical user interface. Allow the user to select which way they want to calculate the mortgage: By input of the amount of the mortgage, the term of the mortgage and the interest rate of the mortgage OR By input of the amount of the mortgage and then select from a menu of mortgage loans:

7 years at 5.35%

15 years at 5.5%

30 years at 5.75%

In either case, display the mortgage payment amount. Then, list the loan balance and interest paid for each payment over the term of the loan. Allow the user to loop back and enter a new amount and make a new selection, or quit. Load the interest rates for the 7 year, 15 year, and 30 year loans from a file. Insert comments to document the prog

*****************************************

POS 409 Week 5 Assignment and Discussion Questions

For more course tutorials visit

www.uophelp.com

Extended Checkbook Organizer – Web Based

This assignment is based upon Assignment #5 - Extended Checkbook Organizer – Web Based. Details for this assignment can be found in the Individual Assignments & Grading Requirements Post in the Course Materials Forum

Change request 23

Write the program in VB.Net with a graphical user interface. Make the program Web based. Allow the user to select which way they want to calculate the mortgage: By input of the amount of the mortgage, the term of the mortgage and the interest rate of the mortgage OR By input of the amount of the mortgage and then select from a menu of mortgage loans:

7 years at 5.35%

15 years at 5.5%

30 years at 5.75%

In either case, display the mortgage payment amount. Then, list the loan balance and interest paid for each payment over the term of the loan. Add graphics in the form of a chart. Allow the user to loop back and enter a new amount and make