Selfpace Course Pacing
Pacing Begins Week 3 and runs for 10 weeks. You can earn from 0-20 points for pacing.
For each week you have a certain number of items to turn in by a certain deadline for
your class. The weekly deadline (example for 3S it may be We
Roman Numerals Case Study
1996 M. J. Clancy and M. C. Linn
Background
Values less than 3999 in the Roman numeral system are written using seven digits whose decimal
equivalents are given in the table below. (There are additional conventions for writing v
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Difference Between Dates Case Study,
Part II
1996 M. J. Clancy and M. C. Linn
Preparation
The reader should have been introduced to recursion.
A recursive solution
How can recursion be used to
implement the day-span
function?
An alternative solution to t
Pacing for Selfpace Courses
Pacing Begins Week 3 and runs for 10 weeks. You can earn from 0-20 points for pacing.
For each week you have a certain number of items to turn in by a certain deadline for
your class. The weekly deadline (example for 3S it may
CS3S Review 2
Covers material through Quiz 7: Simple recursion
1. Rewrite the following function to use a single cond . In the space below it, explain what the function
does.
(define (mystery a b c)
(if (= a 0)
(if (= b 0)
(if (=c 0) #f #t)
(if (=c 0) #t
Selfpaced Orientation Quiz
Please bring your answers written in your course
bluebook/notebook in order to receive your class account. We will
only accept answers in your course bluebook/notebook.
1. Do you understand the pacing system? How many points can
CS3S Review 1
Covers material through Quiz 4: Predicates
1. What will happen if the following is typed into Scheme? Some of these will be errors, so state what
causes the error.
> (define j 4)
> (+ j 4)
> (define ag 100)
> (* ag ag)
> (define ag 100)
> (*
Difference Between Dates Case Study, Part I
1996 M. J. Clancy and M. C. Linn
Problem
Write and test a Scheme program to compute how many days are spanned by two
given days. The program will include a function called day-span that returns the
number of da