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WSQ16: Cars

The last WSQ for me, this Wsq was relly hard, i needed to investigate a lot and ask many of my friends for help.  I also cheecked son other post to understand what to do   https://github.com/cortesivan96/WSQs/blob/master/Cars%20(WSQ16)

Proyecto final

https://github.com/kenwbauer/TC101F15_Team13/blob/master/finalProject.cpp

WSQ15: Final Dash

The course is already done!!!! I have 23 Masteries done and i wish i could sumit more. it was a relly bad idea to leave everything for the last minute. yesterday i did 23 Masteries without stopping (I didnt sleep at all) but i did it, i already have all my masteries done (23 Masteries) … Seguir leyendo WSQ15: Final Dash

WSQ14: Estimating e

This was an easy WSQ, Thanks to the help of my buddy Rene
Here is my code:
https://github.com/cortesivan96/WSQs/blob/master/Number%20E%20(WSQ14)
 
 

#WSQ17

Scilab…LastONE When I read this is q I was excited because I love to play games, but when i download the “game” I knew that Scilab is better than a game. I think it’s a great program and I think also be very useful in my studies. I think these tools are very helpful to…

Nesting of conditional IF statements.

In C++ the braces of and if or an else clause can contain another if statement. There are known as nested if statements. In simple terms a nested if is when you write an IF inside another IF braces. This… Continue Reading →

BONUS VIDEO!!

Well, here is the bonus vdeo. I hope you like it.https://youtu.be/YpacUU2wutY

This image is similar to an array. It groups things. (I am…

This image is similar to an array. It groups things. (I am tired, sorry). Here is WSQ 10https://github.com/bsolisale/WSQQ/blob/master/WSQ10

WSQ 13: Babylonian method

It was easy after knowing how the babylonian method worked:
link to video that explains babylonian method:

link to my code:
https://github.com/cortesivan96/WSQs/blob/master/babylonian%20method%20(WSQ13)

BONUS POINTS!

Well this is a video of myself talking about my experience in Flip learning and how to be succesful in the subject. I really had a great time with Ken as my teacher and his way of teaching is incredible!… Continue Reading →

What should you work on?

Week #12 and more partial exams for you.

For this week's readings:
C++ (TC1017) should either be looking at support for your project, ImageMagick C++ libraries are a good start.
Python (TC1014) should be finishing chapter 11 (Dictionaries).