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cortesivan96’s Articles at TC101 Fall 2015
Introduction to Programming Python and C++

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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)

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:

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:

Mastery 23

Creation and use of vectors in C++

Here is the link for my video:

Bonus: Video Review

Here is my video os the course review (spanish):

Here is my video os the course review (english):

Mastery 21 and 22

  Here is the lin to the video:   Here is the link for the Prezi presentation from Fernanda Zapata: https://prezi.com/uzl5h9nlzwti/masteries-21-22/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy Here is the link to the website that gives you more information: http://c.conclase.net/curso/?cap=024

Mastery 19 and 20

Use of loops with “while” Use of loops with “for” Here is the link to the video for mastery 19: Here is the link to video for mastery20:

Mastery 18

Nesting of conditional statements

Here is the link for my video:



Use of “switch” as a conditional Here is the link to my video:

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).