that not even a single person came to the victims rescue and maybe it is but when we
take this effect into consideration, we can easily see that each and every single person
might be thinking that maybe other person will rescue the victim of this assault.

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Systems Analysis and Design, Chapter Four
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. In data and process modeling, a(n) _ model shows what the system must do, regardless of how it
will be implemented physically.
a. operational
c. logical
b. physical
d. relational
REF:
148
2. DFD

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In class exercise 1
1. Which of the following sentences are propositions? What are the truth values of those that are
propositions?
a) Boston is the capital of Massachusetts.
b) Miami is the capital of Florida.
c) 2 + 3 = 5.
d) 5 + 7 = 10.
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In Class Exercise 3
You are a programmer working for Company X and your boss sends you the Following email:
I need a report listing every employee and the bonus I plan to give him or her.
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INFO 16029 In class exercise 2
1. Construct a truth table (using either method) of each of the following Boolean expressions:
(2 x 4 marks)
a) (p + ~q) *p
P
T
T
F
F
Q
T
F
T
F
~Q
F
T
F
T
P + ~Q
T
T
F
T
(P + ~Q) * P
T
T
F
F
b) (~p * q) * p q
P
T
T
F
F
Q
T
F

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Mayurkumar Patel
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LITT11234G Graphic Novels
31 March 2015
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INFO 16029 - Problem Solving/Programming Logic
Assignment Two (Individual assignment)
Assignment due dates will be specified on the SLATE Drop Box. Late assignment will not
be marked without a convincing and documented explanation. Accepted late assignmen

INFO 16029 - Problem Solving/Programming Logic
Assignment One (Individual assignment)
1.
Construct a truth table of each of the following Boolean expressions.
(A). A BA
A
B
B
A
BA
T
T
F
F
T
F
T
F
F
T
F
T
F
F
T
T
F
F
F
T
A BA
T
T
F
T
(B). ~(A + B ) * ( A +

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LITT11234G Graphic Novels
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Batman: Year One
First Essay Assignment
Title: Batman: Year One.
Publisher: DC Comics.
Genre: Superhero.
Author: Frank Miller.
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Colorist: Ri

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INFO16029
Problem Solving
and
Programming Logic
Samer Nassif
Agenda
Icebreaker Activities
Some Ground Rules
Course Information
Walk Around SLATE
Problem Solving
Introduction to Boolean Logic
2
Some ground rules
Youll need your laptop for every class

At least 100 people stood and watched
as a man was beaten to a pulp in a hotel
car park.
By FREYA NOBLE FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA
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DISC assessment is a test used by various employers who seek potential
employees for their companies. DISC stands for Dominance, Influence, Steadiness
and Conscientiousness. This test gives detailed report on persons personality and
b

IT Project Management using PMP INFO20172
Term Assignment Description
CASE STUDY: GREEN COMPUTING RESEARCH PROJECT
(Adapted from Schwalbe)
Part 1: Project Integration Management
You work for We Are Big, Inc., an international firm with more than 100,000 e

10 students just watched a girl get gang
raped:
Around 10 pen raped that girl and 10 stood there just
watched the girl get raped and they did nothing to stop
it. Bystander effect is discussed in chapter 12. This is a
very interesting article as the studen

Analysis of DISC assessment test result:
After taking the test, results show that I have a balanced blend of Dominance,
Steadiness, and conscientiousness in my traits. Results also show that internally I
am dominant, steady and conscientious. According to

IT Project Management using PMP INFO20172
Cost Management
Assignment:
Given the following information for a one-year project, answer the following questions. Show all your
calculations.
PV=$23,000
EV=$20,000
AC=$25,000
BAC=$120,000
1.
2.
3.
4.
What is

Depressed father murdered family
before killing himself in fire
Monday 8 October 2012 17.00 BST
Depression can make people do a lot of things. Like in this article, we can see that
father killed his own sons and his wife with his own hands due to depressi

System configuration
FILE SYSTEM & TYPES
READY BOOST
Submitted to:Mr. Shahdad sharitmadari
Submitted By:Miss Inderjeet Kaur
1
INDEX
S.N
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1.
2.
3-4
4.-7
7-8
8.
9-10
10-13
14.
CONTENTS
Cover page
Index
File System & features
Types of file system
Comparison

Arithmetic Operations Addition/Subtraction
Addition in the decimal number system:
When the sum of two digits is greater than 9, a carry-out of 1 is added to the next significant digit.
Example:
548 + 723
Addition in the binary number system:
1+1=0
1 + 1 +

CLASS PLAN
Course Code: INFO16029
Class #: 88396
Term: Fall 2016
Campus: DAVIS
Course Title: Problem Solving/Programming Logic
Teacher: Samer Nassif
TEACHER CONTACT INFORMATION
Weeks
Name
Phone
Email
1 14
Samer Nassif
x5134
Use SLATE email
Office
B204
Off

Converting Between Number Systems
In computer mathematics, you will be required to convert between the decimal, binary, and
hexadecimal number systems.
Converting from Decimal to Binary/Hexadecimal
There are a number of methods we can employ to convert a

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Discrete Math
I: Administrative Information II: Course Details III: Topical Outline(s) Printable Version
Section I: Administrative Information
Program(s): Computer Systems Technician, Computer
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Number Systems
In any number system, symbols are used to represent quantitative values. The base of any number
system is equivalent to the number of distinct, admissible symbols.
Decimal Number System (Base 10)
The decimal number system is the predominant

Complement Math
Unfortunately, computers do not have the capabilities to subtract binary numbers. Complement math is
used to perform binary subtraction by changing it into binary addition.
The TENS complement of an n-digit number N is 10n N.
TENS complem