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Stellar ** Numbers**
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1. Triangular

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the system are:
* Clock Cards Payroll ** number**
Department
Week

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selling his gold. The king wants to find the thief but only has a pan balance.
Being conservative, he wants to use the pan balance as few times as possible. What is the least ** number** of trials he will have to do in order to guarantee
that he has found the lightest bag?
Process
To solve the problem, I accumulated the least

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HỌC HUFLIT 2014
BÀI 11 (NC)
UNION-FIND DISJOINT SETS
THEORY
In computing, a disjoint-set data structure, also called a union–find data structure or merge–find set,
is a data structure that keeps track of a set of elements partitioned into a ** number** of disjoint
(nonoverlapping) subsets. It supports two useful operations:
o Find: Determine which subset a particular element is in. Find typically returns an item from this
set that serves as its "representative"; by comparing the result of two...

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What Is A Compatible ** Number**? I Am In The Third Grade And I Need An Exa...
A compatible

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|the sum of a ** number** and 2 | + |x + 2 |
| |plus |two plus a

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what is meant by ‘flow of execution’ in a program.
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Total 10 Marks
QUESTION 2
a)
Define the term scaling and explain how it is an issue for programs we create.
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b)
What would be an appropriate data type to store a book’s ISBN ** number**? Justify your answer.
3
c)
Explain the issues of implementation-specific data type representation, that are associated with
pseudocode.
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QUESTION 3
a)
Explain what is meant by a bounded loop, and give an example...

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=VLOOKUP(SearchCriterion; Array; Index; SortOrder)
SearchCriterion is the value searched for in the first column of the array.
Array is the reference, which is to comprise at least two columns.
Index is the ** number** of the column in the array that contains the value to be returned. The first column has the

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the two cards will occupy its own ** number** from the top of the packet. Thus, if you
use two "nines," one should be placed eighth and the other ninth from the top; if two
"eights," one should be seventh and the other eighth.
Professing failure in your search, you say that you'll deal the cards into a face up pile, and
ask the spectator to watch for his chosen card and note its position in the pile. The
spectator thus watches for his card to remember the

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name number_list.dat, uses a loop to write the ** number** 1 through 100 to the file, and then closes the file.
Declare OutputFile numberList
Declare Integer counter = 1
Open numberList "number_list.dat"
For counter = 1 to 100
Write numberList, counter
Next counter
End For
close numberlist
Design an algorithm that does the following: Opens the number_list.dat file that was created by the algorithm created in question 3, read all of the

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