1) Continue to create a Math Program. This program will give the user the choice of performing addition, subtraction, or multiplication (Option Buttons). The user will also be able to select Level 1, Level 2, or Level 3 (Option Buttons).
2) If the user selects Level 1, display two random numbers in the range of 1 to 10.
3) If the user selects Level 2, display two random numbers in the range of 1 to 20.
4) If the user selects Level 3, display random numbers in the range of 10 to 100.
5) If Subtraction is selected, ensure that the first number is equal to or larger than the second number (so the result cannot be negative).
6) The program will display the two numbers (in two Text Boxes or Labels - your choice) and allow the user to enter their answer in another Text Box. The user will then click a command button to check their answer. If the answer is correct, display a happy face, display a congratulations message using their name (such as Congratulations Joe Smith), generate and display two new random numbers, and clear the answer. If the answer is not correct, display a sad face, display a message to the user telling them to try again (such as Try Again ??" Joe Smith ), return the focus to the answer text box, and highlight their answer but do not clear the answer
7) Create a procedure to display the random numbers.
8) Display a welcome form first that will allow the user to click on OK to display the math form (if the user does not click on OK, the math form will display after 5 seconds). When the math form displays, get the name from the user (you can determine how you want to do this).
9) Include any features that you feel are needed for the application to be user friendly (such as returning the focus to the Answer textbox).
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.