hw2 - CS8, F09, UCSB H02: (Based on Miller/Ranum, Chapter...

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CS8, F09, UCSB H02: (Based on Miller/Ranum, Chapter 1) Total Points: 60 Accepted: on paper, at the *beginning* of your lab section on Thursday or Friday, October 8th or 9th. Place on the front desk as you walk in, before getting seated. Print out this assignment and write the answers on it. No email submission allowed. Name: (1 pts)______________________________ UCSBNetID (1 pts) _____________________ Lab Section (2 pt) Circle one: Thurs: Fri: 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm Read pages 23-42 of Chapter 1. Then, answer the following questions. If you missed the video on pair programming in class or want to review it, view it at: http://tinyurl.com/6nd6zs. To answer the questions on this homework, it will be very helpful to have a computer system running Python 3.0 or Python 3.1 available to you. To find such as system, you can either: * log on to one of the computers in the CSIL computer lab, and access Python 3.0 there * download Python 3.0 to your PC or Mac, and access Python 3.0 there 0. View the pair programming video and then think about the do's and dont's of pair programming and then answer these questions: a. (3 pts) How does it benefit an experienced student if an inexperienced student is pilot for at least half the time? b. (3 pts) How does it benefit an inexperienced student to be given the freedom by the navigator to attempt and fail at his/her own solution before the navigator assists with a correct solution? c.
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