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Specifications: Write a program that 1) initializes arrays via user input with the names and final scores for students in a class 2) displays a table of the students sorted by score with highest score first (names, scores, and letter grade) 3) displays the average score for the class and how many students received each letter grade.

You must use separate methods to read and sort the students.
You must use the Bubble Sort algorithm to sort arrays.
You cannot use any built-in array methods.
You must use a separate method to convert the score to a letter grade. (A = 90-100, B = 80-89, C = 70-79, D = 60-69, F = 0-59)
All output must be labeled and formatted.
You do not know at compile time how many students there are.
The program should be neat and readable with attention to naming and indentation.
There should be a header comment that states the name of the program, the name of the author, a brief description, and the status of the program. Status is either “working” or “not working” and if is not working you must clearly state what works and what doesn’t according to the specifications.

Can someone help me solve this I don't even know where to begin.

What I have tried:

I was able to get the first part . But I am completely lost from then on. Can someone help me solve this problem so i can study it for my final.
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Updated 30-Nov-16 16:03pm
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PIEBALDconsult 30-Nov-16 22:33pm
   
We won't do your homework.

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I don't even know where to begin.
Start with Google to find references for the parts you don't know.
We do not do your HomeWork.
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ridoy 1-Dec-16 4:45am
   
5ed.
Patrice T 1-Dec-16 5:01am
   
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