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1. A high-level language...
Is composed by ceros and ones, following the binary system.
Is a language only known for high-level professionals.
Is composed by a set of rules and symbols, which remember to common languages, such as English.
Is the language used by the machine to execute its programs.
2. An algorithm is...
A high-level programming language.
A sequence of steps to solve a problem.
A machine that translates the machine code into a high-level language.
The speed (rithm) at which the commands of a program are executed.
3. A compiler translates a program written in...
... machine code into high-level language one.
... high-level language into pseudocode one.
... pseudocode into machine code one.
... high-level language into machine code one.
4. A program written in high-level language is called...
5. A program written in machine code is called...
6. C++ is a...
... type of machine code.
... type of compiler.
... type of pseudocode.
... type of high-level language.
7. A loop is...
... an order used to start a program.
... a sequence of orders repeated many times.
... an error message from a program.
... a code used to write a text on the screen.
8. Some examples of graphic programming environments are...
Scratch and Yenka.
Scratch and Java.
Scratch and C++
Scratch and Basic.
9. In the process of creating a program, we use the programming languages in the following order:
Pseudocode, machine code and high-level language..
High-level language, machine code and pseudocode.
Pseudocode, high-level language and machine code.
Machine code, high-level language and pseudocode.
10. What technique do we NOT APPLY in computational thinking?
Divide a complex problem into several simpler ones.
Propose a system of equations.
Make abstractions of the reality.
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