Assume variable x is local to the main module and to moduleG in the following pseudocode. The statement numbers next to the code is not part of the code and is only given for reference. Answer the questions (a-c) following the pseudocode.
3 x = 1
5 IF (x < 4) THEN 6 x = moduleH(-1, 3) 7 ELSE 8 x = moduleH(10, 20) 9 ENDIF 10DISPLAY x 11END 12 13moduleG(var1) 14BEGIN 15 x = 5 16 sum= x + var1 17 DISPLAY sum 18END 19 20moduleH(var1, var2) 21BEGIN 22 sum = var1 + var 23 RETURN sum 24END 25 26 27 What is the expected output of the algorithm if the main module is invoked?Briefly explain how you determined the expected output. [4 marks] Draw the structure chart with the data type exchanged between modules. [3 marks] Use the provided statement numbers to write down the order of statements executed. Include all statement numbers except module names and other statements such as BEGIN, END, ELSE and ENDIF.
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