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Design a program in pseudocode that calculates the amount of money a person would earn over a period of time if their salary is one penny the first day, and then doubles each day. The program should ask the user for the number of days. Display what the salary was for each day, and then show the total pay for the end of the period. The output should be displayed in dollar amount, not number of pennies. I WANT PSEUDOCODE JUST BASIC STUFF

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    Write a program in pseudocode format: 1. Robert has a van rental company, and he wants a program that determines the total cost of renting a van from him. His customers will pay a base fee (currently set at $50), plus a charge per mile (currently $.25 a mile). 2. Carly gets paid annually, and she would like a program that will figure out the amount of money she will be receiving each pay period. To make this simpler, we are not worried about any deductions. 3. Chad is taking a trip from Minnesota to Georgia. He filled up his care before leaving. After driving 550 miles, he stopped at a gas station to refuel – the gas tank required 17 gallons. Chad would like a program that calculates his gas mileage (number of miles his car can be driven on a gallon of gas).

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