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QUESTION 1 Flowcharting requires all arrows to be labeled under...

QUESTION 1

Flowcharting requires all arrows to be labeled under certain conditions. What are the conditions?

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When there are multiple outputs


When there is only one output


All arrows should always be labeled



QUESTION 2

What flowcharting mechanism is used to depict player turns, or repeated actions?

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Loops


Conditionals


Jumps


Procedures



QUESTION 3

Can a diamond ever have only one output?

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Yes


No



QUESTION 4

In D&D, my character moves and lands on a pit trap. I fail to make a saving throw to avoid falling into the pit trap,my character takes 1d6 damage.How would the damage be depicted in a flowcart?

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The damage dealt is a slanted parallelogram, since it was my choice to move onto the space with the trap.


The damage dealt is a procedure. The game "system" dictates that a 10' fall does 1d6 damage.



QUESTION 5

Can a slanted parallelogram have more than one output?

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Yes


No



QUESTION 6

In Monopoly, I land on the CHANCE space and have to draw a Chance card. Would drawing the card be depicted as a slanted parallelogram, conditional, or procedure?

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Slanted parallelogram, because this is a meaningful action/choice.


Conditional, because I may or may not draw a card


Procedure, because I must draw a card when I land on the space.



QUESTION 7

A slanted parallelogram can have one output, in which case it is a player meaningful action, or multiple outputs, which represent a meaningful player choice.

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True


False



QUESTION 8

The slanted parallelogram is used to depict what in flowcharting?

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Procedure


Conditional


Jump


Meaningful player action or choice



QUESTION 9

The diamond is used to depict what in flowcharting?

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Procedure


Conditional


Jump


Meaningful player action or choice



QUESTION 10

Can a conditional diamond and meaningful choice/action slanted parallelogram have three output options?

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Yes, any (practical) number of multiple outputs are allowed for these shapes.


No, these shapes can only have up to two outputs.



QUESTION 11

Can a procedure block have more than one output?

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Yes


No



QUESTION 12

The rectangle, or "block," is used to depict what in a flowchart?

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Procedure


Conditional


Jump


Meaningful action or choice



QUESTION 13

In Risk, I decide to attack with 3 armies from Eastern United States to Western United States, which is held by an opponent. In a flowchart, how would this be depicted?

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This would be a slanted parallelogram, because it is a meaningful player choice to move a specific unit to a specific place.


This would be shown as a procedure block, because attacking is required.



QUESTION 14

The circle is used to depict what in flowcharting?

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Procedure


Conditional


Jump


Meaningful player action or choice



QUESTION 15

My GRATIS calls out 8 rules, but my flowchart includes 9 rules. Is this allowed?

Choose one • 7 points


No, outlines and flowcharts should match.


Yes, sometimes flowcharts are more complex than the outline.

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