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i need help on task 2 as i dont understand it. please help me

Hello When you are telling the computer what to do, you also get to choose how it's going to do it. That's where computer algorithms come in. The algorithm is the basic technique used to get the job done. Let's follow an example to help get an understanding of the algorithm concept. check out http://computer.howstuffworks.com/question717.htm for more details
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i need help on this question. describe the purpose of the algorithm. this is to part B can u help please

Mystery (A(28 or 20 or 28),3) we see that using this N = 3, and A is a one dimensional array containing the 3 values 28,20,28 Does n=1 - NO so Temp = Mystery (a,2) {ie 20} This then calls the function again using Mystery (A(28 or 20),2) Does n=1 - NO so Temp = Mystery (a,1) {ie 28} This then calls the function again using Mystery (A(28),1) Does n=1 - yes Mystery = 1 {ie 28} if a2>= no so mystery = a2 = 20 IF a(3) {ie 28} >= a(2) {ie 20} then Mystery = 3 SO mystery = 3.
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algorithm task question (b) this is the answer

Good diagram - now put int the values to run the function with the data given
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Questions on systems and software.

Q1 - good answer, however you might want to give comparisons of operating system software, utility software and application software Q2 - think about how often operating systems have updates, patches and new editions. You can permantley store software so that the computer can boot permanently from ROM, but if this was to happen then you would need to change the hardware to implement updates. q3 - good answer q4 - good answer - however be careful on the use of the term wide area, q5 - good attempt, however you might want to indicate which fields are going to be used for input and which for output during this process q6 - good answer, you may want to mention that it is one of the 3 types of Human Computer Interfaces; Menu, Graphical or command line. q7 - good answer - you may want to indicate the need for translating requirements from a PC built by one manufacturer to the printer which has been built by a different manufacturer q8 - good answers - you may want to include disk formatting, backup
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Questions on Systems (Hardware and software)

1. good attempt you know the difference between hardware and software. I'm unsure what you mean when you say "...computer to function and to allow communication between it and the hardware.." this needs further explanation. 2. A good answer for storing the information, however you could expand and talk about recovery after disasters such as fires and floods. THere is often a need in big organsiations to have off site backups. 3. Good answer, well done 4. integrated applications package is one like MS office. It can move information from one application to another by keeping embedded links. generic software - is an 'off the shelf' solution. THis is the type of software where the one program has to fit all cases. THe alternative is 'in-house' or bespoke systems which are written to solve a single (or maybe a small number combined) solution for a company.
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benefits and drawbacks of EDI for a supplier and Bonnington Holiday Village

Sorry for the delay - I was hit by the recent 'Sasser' virus.

A great start you just need to include details of potential threats - eg virus, security, downtime, backup, housekeeping routines etc.

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AVCE in ICT unit5 - Systems Analysis

This is a good design for your screen about holding the students basic details. You will also need to have details for navigating the total system, home, send email, help etc. You might also want to indicate the tab order

Otherwise an excellent effort

Well done.

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ICT Coursework

This is a very through diagram that shows the steps, well done.
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task1 systems analysis.doc

This is a very easy to read layout comparing the different cards. However you might want to put a few more statistics into part a.

Information on smartcards and swipe cards can be found from a previous question. Check out this link.

Hope this helps.

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report.doc

This is a very through and exceptionally well presented piece of work - well done.

The only part of your report that I couldn't see is the area of health and safety, even though you may not think that you need to mention it in a report such as these a short paragraph including the issues always goes down very well with the examiner. The other area that the examiner will look at are if there are any legal issues surrounding your project.

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Unit4..Integers..

November 6, 2005 | AS Level Computing Revision
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Terri Bedford

November 10, 2004 | AS Level Computing Coursework
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unit 6 avce ict

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ICT

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