Chapter 3: Understanding StructureTRUE/FALSE1.With a selection structure, you perform an action or task, and then you perform the next action, in or-der.
PTS:1REF:952.In a structured program, any structure can be nested within another structure.
PTS:1REF:1033.Because you may stack and nest structures while retaining overall structure, it might be difficult to de-termine whether a flowchart as a whole is structured.
PTS:1REF:1044.As a general rule, an eofquestion should always come immediately after an input statement because the end-of-file condition will be detected at input.
PTS:1REF:1095.No matter how complicated it is, any set of steps can always be reduced to combinations of the two ba-sic structures of sequence and loop.
PTS:1REF:121MULTIPLE CHOICE1.With a(n) ____, you perform an action or task, and then you perform the next action, in order.
PTS:1REF:952.The following pseudocode is an example of a(n) ____ structure.get firstNumberget secondNumberadd firstNumber and secondNumberprint result
PTS:1REF:963.The following pseudocode is an example of a(n) ____ structure.if firstNumber is bigger than secondNumber thenprint firstNumberelseprint secondNumber