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Problem 1 is to design a plant information leaflet for the garden centre.

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Analysis Problem 1. Problem 1 is to design a plant information leaflet for the garden centre. Form of output. The output will be to double-sided A4 leaflet, which is well laid out on both sides. Information to be output. You will have to include all information about different sorts of plants, for example: Name of the plants, What seasons they are best growing in The colours of the plants, The opening hours, How to grow the plants, the logo of the company, the garden centres name, address and telephone number, opening hours, the range of products. Input data needed to produce the output. 1.You will have to include pictures of the Agave Americana form the shared area. (Page 5) 2. Photos of the garden centre, facts about the Agave Americana from the shared area. (Page 5) 3. Details of the plants and their Latin names. 4.The address of the garden centre, telephone number and the name and logo from the shared area. (Page 5) 1. Desired outcomes and performance criteria. I will ask myself some questions, which are: 1. Have I included all my pictures from the shared area? (Page 5) 2. Have I included the address, telephone number, name and logo of the garden centre? ...read more.

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Problem 3 Problem 3 is to calculate the prices on pond kits. Form of output The output will be to set up a system that is easy to change. Information to be output You will have to include the length, depth and width of the pond, the size of the pond liner, the number of decorative plant packs, the number of bunches, the cost of the pond liner, cost of the under liner, water lilies, fountain prices and the pond cost calculations. The customers name needs to be added and the final prices of the items. Input data needed to produce the output You need to include the system that measures to the nearest centimetre; you need to include Jo's calculations and rules. You could include some pictures of the things for sale for example: a fountain, pond liner, waters Lilly's and plant bunches. The system needs to be able to answer questions. Desired outcomes and performance criteria The kind of questions I would ask myself are : 1. Have I included the measurements of the pond kits? ( Page 11) 2. I have included the name of the person? ( Page 10 & 11) 3. Include the pictures that link to the right place from the shared area? ...read more.

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Problem 5 Problem 5 is to produce lists of plants that don't grow bigger than a given size and will grow in particular light conditions. Form of output The form of output is to make sure I produce a system that is easy to use. Information to be output I must include the garden centre name, logo and light needed at the top. Also I need to put in the names of the plants and the size of the plants. Input data needed to produce output The name of the garden centre, logo and the light needed for the plants. The name of the plants and the given sizes. There must be column headings. Also I must only print the fields which have a common name, maximum height, maximum width and the flowering period? Performance and criteria The sorts of questions I will ask myself are: 1. Have I included the information of the garden centre? (Page 20) 2. Have I included the names of the plants? (Page 20) 3. Have I included the size of the plants? (Page 20) 4. Have I included the light information for the plants to grow? (Page 20) 5. Have I made sure my system is easy to use? (Page 20) 6. Have I put in column headings? (Page 20) Testing I can use the example in the booklet to test my system. ...read more.

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