Introduction to Logic: Arguments

Posted by admin at April 16, 2020

In this article, we’ll be looking at the focus or object of logical analysis called arguments. You’ll learn how arguments are structured and the components that make up arguments. In future lessons, you’ll learn how to construct arguments and practice on your own. What is an argument? Every science has a focal point or object […]

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Introduction to Logic

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Skip to main content we’ll look at what logic is and the basic structure of logical analysis. In subsequent modules, we’ll dig deeper into how to construct and analyze arguments and apply logical arguments to critical thinking. What is Logic? Put simply, formal logic is a system of the rules of right reasoning. Logic helps […]

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Algorithms

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Computers are particularly useful because they perform repeatable tasks in a predictable way (even when you’re frustrated with your computer for not doing what you want). When you open a word processor or play a computer game, the computer operates against a set of commands or instructions that a team of programmers wrote and those […]

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Return largest number in arrays

Posted by admin at April 10, 2020

Problem Explanation You will get an array that contains sub arrays of numbers and you need to return an array with the largest number from each of the sub arrays. Hints Hint 1 You will get an array that contains sub arrays of numbers and you need to return an array with the largest number […]

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Bubble Sort

Posted by admin at April 4, 2020

Let’s again consider the following array:4,9,7,1,3,6,5 We start at the front of the array and compare each pair of numbers. If they are out of order(ascending order), we swap them. Then, we move to the next pair and repeat the same process. Let’s see what would happen to this array if we follow this procedure. […]

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Sorting

Posted by admin at January 19, 2020

Sorting is one of the fundamental and most useful algorithm. There are many situations where we might want to sort our data in some order. For example, we are given a group of kids and we want to line them up in order of age. The youngest at the front of the line, and the […]

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