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PT1420
Introduction to Programming

GRADED ASSIGNMENTS

Graded Assignment Requirements

This document includes all of the assignment requirements for the graded assignments in this course. Your instructor will provide the details about when each assignment is due.

Unit 1 Assignment 1: Homework
Learning Objectives and Outcomes
Describe the role of software for computers.
Identify the hardware associated with a computer.
Describe how computers store data.
Explain how programs work.
Differentiate among machine language, assembly language, and high-level languages.
Differentiate between compilers and interpreters.
Identify the different types of
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Use compound logical conditions.

Assignment Requirements
Do the following problems:
Algorithm Workbench Review Questions 6-10, starting on page 159
Programming Exercises 5 and 8, starting on page 160

Required Resources
Textbook

Submission Requirements
Submit your written answers to your instructor at the beginning of Unit 7.

Unit 7 Assignment 1: Homework
Learning Objectives and Outcomes
Use pseudocode/flowcharts to represent repetition structures.
Create While, Do-While, and Do-Until conditional loops.
Describe the implications of an infinite loop.

Assignment Requirements
Answer:
Short Answer Review Questions 1-5, starting on page 213
Algorithm Workbench Review Questions 1, 2, 7, and 8, starting on page 213
Programming Exercises 1, 3, and 4, starting on page 214

Required Resources
Textbook

Submission Requirements
Submit your written answers to your instructor at the beginning of Unit 8.

Unit 8 Assignment 1: Homework
Learning Objectives and Outcomes
Use pseudocode/flowcharts to represent repetition structures.
Evaluate counter-controlled For loops.
Use sentinel values in creating computer programs.
Use nested loops in a program.

Assignment Requirements
Answer:
Short Answer Review Questions 6-10, starting on page 213
Algorithm Workbench Review Questions 3, 4, 9, and 10, starting on page 213
Programming Exercises 7, 9, and 10 starting on page 215

Required Resources
Textbook

Submission
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