When I heard my professor say that we are going to use a new style of learning I thought it would be as other friends that already took this course told me. But no, this time Ken Bauer decided to apply his new study method. Now everyone was “Free”, not exactly free because we still need a grade for the Institution.
With this new study method that Ken Bauer is using I learned everything I needed to learn and more relaxed than ever.
Everytime I have this class I come to the classroom and feel as I actually need to be. This class was the only one in which I felt this. I learned at my own rate, and I finished every work in time and well done.
This image is what I was supposed to feel every Tuesday and Friday, but with this new learning experience I felt the opposite.
In my experience in this first part of the Semester with this type of learning I lived a completely new school sensation. This should be used in every class, in every school. Believe me, there’s nothing better than not having to worry in delivering projects in a small period of time and in top of that a ridiculous grade for your pesonal effort. I was actually learning at my own rhythm and not coming to a borring class in which I need to follow at everytime the professor while taking forced notes.
#FlippedLearning #AbolishGrades is the best class experience a college student can have.
The first program for the quiz made me think, it was easy but I needed to work with functions. That was the hardest part, but I figured out to make everything with just 1 function. I used the math.h library.
The second program was the Fibonacci number, this is the hardest program Ken has left us It is smaller than others but it needed a lot of logic to make it possible.
The first program was about making increasing exponentially a number given by the user to the times given by the user.
The program will print as many stars as the user wants. I had a difficult time with this program because I didn’t remember how to mult the chars, but at the end it worked fine.
In this Quiz I needed to create 3 programs, they were very easy. In the first one I needed to create a program to get the volume of a cylinder with a given radius and height by the user.
The second program was about making multiplication, division and getting the reminder between two numbers.
The third and last part of the quiz was making something similar of the second program but now with addition and substraction.
The quiz was easy, I finished it in time in class.
In this program I needed to make as the name says a Factorial Calculator, and I didn’t knew what was a factorial. So I researched in the internet for an answer of what is the factorial and I found out what it was. Then I used some Whiles to make the program have a menu, and the problem solved itself.
Here is the code:
In this program we needed to make many types of operations as in the first calculator we did but now using functions. I think this program was also easy, it wasn’t hard at all. The program was a bit large rather than others I’ve made.
Here is the code:
This program’s objetctive was to sum the numbers between 2 numbers typed by the user. It wasn’t hard to do it, a while was enough to run the program.
number 1: 3;
number 2: 9;
Sum of numbers: 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 = 42;
The program was a little tricky at the beginning, I needed to add a library named:
To generate the number the command:
“Variable” = rand() % 100 + 1;
This command can be used for bigger number just by increasing the size.
Here is the code and the program running without errors.
The objective of the program was to make a tool for converting units of temperature.
Making the program was very simple thanks to the experience obtained in the past 2 programs. Also I have experience in Java, html, C#, and “.net” .
Here is the program.
This program had the purpose to make some operations.
An addition +
A substraction –
The product x
The division /
The reminder %
Here is the code for anyone in need and the proof it’s running.