Terms

Variables

Math

Flowchart Symbols

100

When I create a series of detailed, ordered steps that will always lead me (or anyone else) to the exact same result, I am creating an ______

Algorithm

100

Variables used to represent whole numbers are called _____

Integer

100

What is the correct way in computer science to multiply two numbers?

a) w= m X n

b) w= (m)(n)

c) w= m*n

c

100

What does this symbol represent?

Start / End

200

This is the information that the user gives to the program.

Input

200

Can I do this?

a= "banana"

b=a

Yes.

200

What is the correct way in computer science to represent a square exponent?

a) y= x^{2}

b) y= (x)(x)

c) y= x^2

c

200

What does this symbol represent?

Input / Output

300

This is the information that the program sends/shows to the user.

Output

300

Can I do this?

a = "banana"

b= "yellow"

c= b+a

No

300

How can I get the 40% of my variable 'p'?

a) f = (p*40)/100

b) f= p - (p*0.6)

c) f= p*0.4

d) all of the above

d.

300

What does this symbol represent?

Process

400

In a problem that needs my birth date to calculate my age, my birth date would be an ____ variable.

Input

400

Find the mistake in the following statements:

C = a+b

a= c-b

Uppercase 'C'

400

The correct order of operations is:

a) Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Substraction

b) Parentheses, Multiplication, Exponents, Addition, Division, Substraction

c) Parentheses, Exponents, Addition, Multiplication, Division, Substraction

a.

400

What does this symbol represent?

Decision

500

In a problem that needs my birth date to calculate my age, my age would be an ____ variable.

Output

500

TRUE or FALSE:

*an incorrect explanation will not count!

When displaying plain text we put it inside quotation marks, however, text values in a variable, don't use quotation marks.

False

500

I want to calculate how much I would pay in a year with all of the following elements:

a monthly fee (m)

+ a 20% Christmas discount on December

+ a 25% discount on my birthday month.

+ a yearly subscription (y)

There is only one correct statement. Which one is it?

a) pay= (m*10)+(m*0.2)+(m-m*0.25)+y

b) pay = (m*12)+(m*0.8)+(m-m*0.25)+y

c) pay = (m*10)+(m*0.8)+(m-m*0.25)+y

c.

500

What does this structure represent?

Cycle.

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