Final Project Requirements & Rubric Final Project Requirements Your Final Project written in C++ will be one that you propose to me that has a series of requirements as defined below. The project must...

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Final Project Requirements & Rubric

Final Project Requirements
Your Final Project written in C++ will be one that you propose to me that has a series of requirements as defined below.
The project must have 2 or more classes
The project must use a struct
The project must use functions that have parameters passed to the function
There must be mathematical operations in your project
There must be user interaction in your project
Your project must use a C++ data structure, such as an array, vector, stack, or list
You will need to submit a Project Proposal by 4/12. The Proposal will be reviewed and comments will be provided back. The code written for the Final must be all original code. You can use libraries that are available in the C++ Standard Template Librbary, etc. however, these will not count as classes that you are using, they can only be supportive of your Final Project.
Proposal Requirements:
For your proposal, you must submit a document with the following sections for Mr. Faircloth's review and approval.
-Description:You will provide a high-level description of your Final Project and what it will do.
-Design:You will provide descriptions for the classe(s) you need to create along with what it/they are supposed to do. Also, what data structure you plan to use.
-Libraries (optional):You will define any external libraries you may be using. You are not required to use any. This is not required and do not be concerned if you don't know what these are. I make this available to students that may have used C++ libraries.
-Testing:You will provide information on how you intend to test your Final Project
Advice:
- Propose to write this Final Proposal about something you are interested in, it could be sports, astronomy, physics, data analytics, etc.
- Do not make it too grandiose, remember you have to have something to deliver by the end of the semester
- Don't wait until the last minute to code and test it. The deadline is the deadline. Unlike homework assignments and other projects if this is late you will get a 0 and likely not pass the class.
Rubric:
Project executes -20%
The project must have 2 or more classes - 10%
The project must use functions that have parameters passed to the function - 10%
There must be mathematical operations in your project - 10%
There must be user interaction in your project - 10%
Your project must use a C++ data structure, such as an array, vector, stack, or list - 10%
The project does as proposed in the Proposal - 15%
The project has good commentary, variable naming, etc. - 5%
Final Project Presentation - 10%

Answered 3 days AfterMay 03, 2021

Solution

Aniket Gupta answered on May 05 2021
27 Votes

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