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Jul 10, 2020
In Introduction to Python
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Jul 10, 2020
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Jun 21, 2020
In CS Fundamentals for ACSL
Here is a compilation of recordings of past classes and the slideshows used in those classes. This list will be updated after every class. June 13: Slideshow June 17: Slideshow June 20: Part 1 recording Part 2 recording Slideshow June 24: Part 1 recording Part 2 recording Slideshow June 27: Quiz (Google form) July 8: Parts 1 and 2 recording Slideshow July 11: Parts 1 and 2 recording Slideshow July 15: Part 1 recording Part 2 recording Slideshow July 18: Quiz (Google form) July 22: Parts 1 and 2 recording Slideshow July 26: Parts 1 and 2 recording Slideshow July 29: Parts 1 and 2 recording Slideshow August 1: Parts 1 and 2 recording Slideshow August 5: Parts 1 and 2 recording Slideshow
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Jun 17, 2020
In CS Fundamentals for ACSL
Take the binary, octal, decimal, and hex representations of your number from last class. Perform the following operations on each of them and show your work. For the binary number: Add 110101. For the octal number: Subtract 177. For the decimal number: Multiply by 21 and convert your answer to hexadecimal. For the hex number: Divide by 2A. Express your answer in the form of a quotient and remainder (x R y).
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Jun 14, 2020
In CS Fundamentals for ACSL
Pick a random decimal number between 100 and 999 and convert it to binary, octal, and hexadecimal while showing work. That's it!
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