Question 1: https:/www.codecademy.com/dataPlayer56198
A. (true AND (NOT false) OR false)
(true AND true) OR false)
(true OR false)
B. (true AND true) AND (true AND false) AND (true AND true)
(true AND false AND true)
C. (true OR NOT
A New Day
Question 2: A) Hash search, a dictionary is already in alphabetical order and
breaking it down into parts using the first letter of the word would make the job
Question 1: Citation data is stored in memory and can be accessed later. Text
formatting through styles lets us update text at once, acting as a reference.
Question 3: Individual cells are like variables that can be referenced elsewhere,
1) Decomposition: breaking down a physical exercise into separate motions for
someone to understand clearly.
2) Pattern recognition: 17, 33, 49, 65, 81 (16 is added every time)
3) Pattern generalization: classes for engineering students are usu
Simple run length encoding is more
suited to this image than a basic one
number per pixel format because it
takes up less bytes in memory.
- Since there are 8 bits in one byte, this
image will consume 12.5 bytes in one
number per pixel format. 10x10