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Area Calculator Flowchart Challenge

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In this challenge you will design an algorithm to calculate the area of various shapes as listed below: Shape Name Area Square width2 Rectangle width x length Circle pi x radius2 Triangle base x height / 2 Your algorithm should:

Min, Max, Mean, Median and Mod – Flowcharts

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In this challenge we will design algorithms used to calculate the Min, Max, Mean, Median and Mod from a list of numbers. First you may want to refresh your maths skills and check the meaning of these terms: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/meanmode.htm MIN

Fizz-Buzz Game Algorithm

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Fizz-Buzz is a group word game for children to teach them about division. Players take turns to count incrementally, replacing any multiple of three with the word “fizz”, and any multiple of five with the word “buzz”. Fizz-Buzz Challenge For

Finding the factors of…

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For this challenge you will use an algorithm to find all the factors of a given number. Factors are numbers we can multiply together to get another number. For instance, factors of 15 are 1, 3, 5 and 15, because

Bidding Process – Flowchart

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For this challenge we will consider the bidding process used within online auction websites such as eBay. Our aim is to create a system that will accepts bids from the end-user, check if the bid being placed is greater than

Entry Fees Calculator using a Flowchart

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For this challenge you will create a flowchart to explain the process that a computer will have to follow to calculate the entry fees to an aqua park for a small group of visitors or a family. Below is the

Flowchart Creator

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A flowchart is a visual diagram used to describe an algorithm. It enables you to describe the key steps of your algorithms and highlights when the user will be required to input data, when the computer will output/display information to

Stacks and Queues using Python

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Stacks and Queues are two key data structures often used in programming. A queue is a FIFO data structure: First-In First-Out in other words, it is used to implement a first come first served approach. An item that is added

Client-Server Technologies in a Web-Based Application

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If you are learning to build websites you will most likely have started learning about HTML, eventually CSS and JavaScript. These three languages are client-side languages which run on your computer through the web-browser. A website that only relies on

Relational Databases

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Tables, Records & Fields A table is a collection of records. Each record is made of fields. Each field has a data type such as String/Text, Integer, Float/Real, Boolean, Date & Time, etc. Primary Keys, Foreign Keys & Relationships The