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I need this in Visual Basic 2010

This chapter is about Repitition. So need programs that does Loops. There is a total of 7 programming projects. I attached a file of instructions and a picture of how the program should look like.

[url removed, login to view] Write a program that displays a Celcius to Fahrenheit conversion table in a list box. Entries in the table should range from 10 to 95 degrees celcius in increments of 5 degrees.
Note: The formula f = (9/5*c) = 32 converts Celsius to Fahrenheit.

[url removed, login to view] Illustrate the growth of money in a savings account. When the user presses the button, values for Amount and Interest rate are obtained from text boxes and used to calculate the number of years until the money doubles. Use the form design below.
Note: The balance at the end of each year is (1+ r) times the previous balance, where r is the annual rate of intrest in decimal form.

[url removed, login to view] Automobile Depreciation. A rule of thumb states that cars in personal use depreciate by 15% each year. Suppose a new car is purchased for $20,000. Produce a table showing the value of the car at the end of each of the next five years

[url removed, login to view] When $1000 is invested at 5% simple interest, the amount grows by $50 each year. When money is invested at 5% interest compounded annually, the amount at the end of each year is [url removed, login to view] times the amount at the beginning of that year. Display the amounts for 9 years for a $1000 investment at 5% simple and compound interest. See design below.

[url removed, login to view] The rule of 72 is used to approximate the time required for prices to double due to inflation. If the inflation rate is r%, then the Rule of 72/6 or 12 years. Write a program to test the accurancy of this rule. For each interest rate from 1% to 20%, the program should display the rounded value of 72/r and the actual number of years required for prices to double at an r% inflation rate. (Assume prices increase at the end of each year). Figure Below.

[url removed, login to view] Write a program to provide information on the height of a ball thrown straight up into the air. The program should request as input the initial height, h feet, and the initial velocity, v feet per second. The height of the ball (in feet) after t seconds is given by the formula (check the attachment below) feet. The four options to be provided by buttons are as follows:
(a) Determine the maximum height of the ball. Note: The ball will reach its maximum height after v/32 seconds.
(b) Determine approximately when the ball will hit the ground. Hint: Calculate the height after every . 1 second and observe when the height is no longer a positive number.
(c) Display a table showing the height of the ball every quarter second for five seconds or until it hits the ground.
(d) Quit.

[url removed, login to view] Depreciation to a Salvage Value of 0. For tax purposes an item may be depreciated over a period of several years, n. With the straight-line method of depreciation, each year the item depreciates by 1/nth of its original value. With the double-declining-balance method of depreciation, each year the item depreciates by 2/nths of its value at the beginning of that year. (In the final year it is depreciated by its value at the beginning of the year.) Write a program that performs the following tasks:
(a) Request a description of the item, the year of purchase, the cost of the item, the number of years to be depreciated (estimated life), and the method of depreciation. The method of depreciation should be chosen by clicking on one of two buttons.
(b) Display a year-by-year description of the depreciation. See Figure below.

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