CIS 115

There are three seating categories at a stadium. For a softball game, Class A
# seats cost $15, Class B cost $12. and Class C seats cost $9. Design a modular
# program that asks how many tickets for each class of seats were sold, and then
# displays the amount of income generated from ticket sales.

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  2. Here's a pseudocode that could help you:

    Input: number of tickets sold in each category.
    Output: total revenue generated
    Class A seats cost $15=A,
    Class B cost $12.=B
    Class C seats cost $9.=C
    a <- Enter # of seats sold for class A
    b <- ....
    c <- ...
    total<- A*a+B*b+C*c
    output total

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