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Victoria Nazeres Homework 2 Short answers 1-4 pg. 71 1. What does a professional programmer usually do first to gain an understanding of a problem? a. A professional programmer usually follows two steps: understanding the task that the program is to perform and to determine the steps that must be taken to perform the task. 2. What is pseudocode? a. Pseudocode is fake code. It is an informal language that has no syntax rules, and is not meant to be compiled or executed. Pseudocode is most commonly used to create models or mock-ups of programs. 3. Computer programs typically perform what three steps? a. First Input is received. Then a Process is performed followed by the production of Output. 4. What does the term “user friendly” mean? a. The term “User-Friendly” can be summarized as, easy to learn, use, and or understand. Algorithm workbench review questions 1-2 pg. 71 1. Design an algorithm that prompts the user to enter his or her height and stores the user’s input in
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