Elizabeth Wise
INFX 101
Michael Totaro
2/3/16
Chapter 4 Homework
1. A) (1 x 42) + (3 x 41) + (3 x 40) = 31
B) (3 x 82) + (6 x 81) + (7 x 80) = 247
C) (1 x 162) + (11 x 161) + (10 x 160) = 442
2. We use A and B because double digits such as 10 and 11 canno

Elizabeth Wise
INFX 101
Dr. Totaro
3/3/16
Chapter 5 Homework
1. The advantage of using larger memory is that the computer can store larger values in its memory
cells, but the disadvantage is that there would be fewer cells available.
The largest positive

Elizabeth Wise
INFX 101
Dr. Totaro
04/05/16
Chapter 6 Homework
1. A dvd player is a very common house hold item that is easy to use. It has icons on the buttons
that let the user know what functions it has, such as play (a triangle colored in pointing rig

Elizabeth Wise
1/25/16
Dr. Totaro
INFX 101
Chapter 1 Homework
1. One algorithm that is constant in my everyday life occurs at work. I print out high school duel
enrollment students tuition fee bills, and I write their tuition write off on their bill.
Step

Elizabeth Wise
INFX 101
Dr. Totaro
03/15/16
Chapter 2 Homework
PG 50 (1-6)
1. Step
1
2
3
4
Operation
Get values for x, y, and z
Set the value of average to [(x + y + z)/3]
Print the value in average
Halt
2. Step
1
2
3
4
5
Operation
Get a value for r, the