run a psuedo code and give me the following answers

1 program compute_insurance_premium()

2 integer driverAge, points

3 real baseRate, premium

4 Input(baseRate, driverAge, points)

5 safeDriveFactor = 0.0

6 premium = 0.0

7 switch (driverAge) {

8 case C1: 16 <= driverAge < 25

9 ageFactor = 3.0

10 if points < 2 then

11 safeDriverFactor = 40

12 end if

13 break; // End Case – C1

14 case C2: 25 <= driverAge < 45

15 ageFactor = 2.2

16 if points < 3 then

17 safeDriverFactor = 40

18 end if

19 break; // End Case – C2

20 case C3: 45 <= driverAge < 65

21 ageFactor = 1.5

22 if points < 5 then

23 safeDriverFactor = 80

24 end if

25 break; // End Case – C3

26 case C4: 65 <= driverAge < 100

27 ageFactor = 2.0

28 if points < 2 then

29 safeDriverFactor = 120

30 end if

31 break; // End Case – C4

32 default:

33 Output(“Driver age out of range.”)

34 } //End switch

35 premium = baseRate * ageFactor – safeDriverFactor

36 Output(premium)

(i) Draw the program graph

(ii) Compute the cyclomatic complexity

(iii) Derive a set of basis paths that can be used to test the program

(iv) Given that the baseRate is $500.00, create the test cases that will exercise all the branches for switch case C4 only. The test cases should show the inputs, the path taken and the expected output. [Hint: There should be only two test cases.]