1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The problem I am having trouble with has to do with pseudocode and flowcharts. We were told that indeed any pseudocode can be represented by flowcharts; however, our professor said that due to the rules that he gave us for this class, it is possible to represent a flowchart that cannot be converted into pseudocode. I am having trouble seeing this, so perhaps you guys can help. Here are the rules pertaining to the flowcharts: atomic actions are represented by rectangular boxes. There is one arrow in and one arrow out. Start and Stop has one arrow out and one arrow in, respectively. They are represented by oval boxes. Diamond boxes denote choices/conditions. It says there can be one arrow in and two out (true/false). Bullets can have one or more arrow in and one arrow out; purely presentational. 3. The attempt at a solution I have tried numerous combinations but it seems that I am able to convert them all into pseudocode given these rules. Any ideas?