Computer Science - Comp 2.1

Computataional Thinking Is ...
A way to understand a problem and then to logically work out a good solution.
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The four elements of computational thinking are ....
Decomposition, Pattern Recogniton, Abstraction, Algotrithmic Thinking
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Decomposition is ....
Breaking a large problem down into several smaller, more manageable tasks
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Top down design is ...
A type of tree diagram that enables you to decompose and visualise a problem
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Pattern recognition is ...
Looking for similarities or patterns among the data of a decomposed problem
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Abstraction is ...
picking out the inmportant bits of information from the problem , ignoring the specific details that don'nt matter
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Algorithm is ...
A list of step-by-step instructions that, when followed, will solve a problem.
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Algorithic Thinking is ...
A logical way of getting from the problem to the soluton. The steps can be reused and adapted to solve similar problems in the future.
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Decomposition, Pattern Recogniton, Abstraction, Algotrithmic Thinking

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The four elements of computational thinking are ....

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Breaking a large problem down into several smaller, more manageable tasks

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Card 4

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A type of tree diagram that enables you to decompose and visualise a problem

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Card 5

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Looking for similarities or patterns among the data of a decomposed problem

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