Nancy Fleming

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Reflections

Lesson 6.2 Using and Analyzing Data & Information

Notes:   Reflection: Describe the significance of the global variable index. How is indexing used with lists in this app?…

Lesson 5.8 Limits of Algorithms

Notes: There are undecidable problems – cannot be solved by an algorithm. There are intractable problems – problems for which…

Lesson 5.6 Debugging Caesar Cipher

Notes: Debugging – the process of detecting and removing errors. Types of errors – syntax errors and semantic errors. syntax…

Lesson 5.5 Caesar Cipher

Notes: encryption https (the s stands for secure) Cryptography – secret writing Encryption – act of converting plain text into…

Lesson 5.7 Analyzing Algorithms

Notes: Types of analyses: correctness – does it contain errors clarity – is the code easy to read efficiency –…

Lesson 5.4 Sorting Algorithms

Notes:   Bucket sort – linear (on by one). Example: laundry – multiple piles. Pick up one item at a…

Lesson 5.3 Search Algorithms

Notes: Sequential (linear) search and binary search. In a Google search you are searching Google’s index of the web. Spider…

Lesson 5.2 Logo Part 2

Notes: Parameters can be added to procedures. To determine angle, divide 360 by the number of sides. Reflection: Include a…

Lesson 4.6 Coin Flip Experiment

Reflection: (POGIL) Record your team’s results for each run in a neatly organized table. That is, if you did 20…

Lesson 4.8 Coin Flip

Reflection: Give brief descriptions of the enhancements you added to your app. Provide screen shots of important blocks and describe…

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