Solution Midterm 4 - Sample Solutions to Oct. 23rd Midterm...

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Sample Solutions to Oct. 23 rd Midterm Questions 1-5 - 1) e - 2) e (but we gave 1 mark for choosing (a) if someone assumed a “programming” language; although I did say languages in general, in class) - 3) d - 4) b - 5) d Question 6 - modularity: it breaks a bigger problem into smaller parts (e.g., module/structure chart) - reusability: can call it from many places, many times; can create a library of common functions Question 7 - we had many varieties of answers for this question - about 40% of respondents think that BC has what it takes to win the Grey Cup this year - about 40% don’t have an opinion, etc. - . .. and the remainder mentioned offered comments like: - <my favourite team is . ..> and they’ll win the Grey Cup instead - the Lions need <fill in the blank with your favourite football player . .. or hockey player (e.g., Luongo) ) - This question should be worth 30 marks - “The Lions have what it takes, unlike our hockey team, which shall remain nameless. .." - “I'd rather watch a fashion show”
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2010 for the course APSC APSC 260 taught by Professor Jeremyhiliker during the Fall '09 term at The University of British Columbia.

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Solution Midterm 4 - Sample Solutions to Oct. 23rd Midterm...

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