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user-673ae0d4048222ae 10 June 2020 →

Hello! Where I can read the text of this task? What should I write here?

user-673ae0d4048222ae 10 June 2020 →

include <stdio.h>

int main(void) { int lower, upper, step, celsium, kelvin; lower = 0; upper = 300; step = 20;

celsium = lower;

while(celsium <= upper) {
    kelvin = celsium + 273;
    printf("%d : %d\n", celsium, kelvin);

    celsium = celsium + step;
}

return 0;

}

user-673ae0d4048222ae 10 June 2020 →

int main(void) { int lower, upper, step, celsium, kelvin; lower = 0; upper = 300; step = 20;

celsium = lower;

while(celsium <= upper) {
    kelvin = celsium + 273;
    printf("%d : %d\n", celsium, kelvin);

    celsium = celsium + step;
}

return 0;

}

Sholp Ist 19 May 2020 →

// BEGIN (write your solution here) const m = 59; const c = 300000000; const E = m*c*c; console.log(E); // END Where is a mistake? I cannot submit, cannot see teacher's solution, this is frustrating

Sholp Ist 19 May 2020 →

Hi! This is very strange, when I just copy your code it works out, but when I rewrite it identically, it says I have mistakes. They are perfectly the same to my eye(((9

alena alena 17 December 2019 →

I am unable to type anything in the editor (output tab), "Review" and "Finish" buttons are frozen as well. What could be the problem?

user-bcc4abdfa1b3ae5c 21 October 2019 →

Does anyone know why I'm getting an error with this function? It seems to work fine if I run it in the Chrome JS console.

const smallestDivisor = (num) => {

// BEGIN (write your solution here)

function iter(val, acc) { // console.log(val, acc) if (val % acc === 0) { return acc; } return iter(val, acc + 1); } return iter(num, 2);

// END

};

Thorian Flomas 11 July 2019 →

Link to the PBS article "How smart is today's artificial intelligence?" doesn't working anymore.

I searched and found this: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/smart-todays-artificial-intelligence-2

Adam Abundis 29 October 2018 →

Thank you for this course. I am slowly jamming all this information in my brain and it is slowly latching into empty pockets in my head. This is at least how I have felt in the last few weeks. The resources and videos on recursion are great. I feel like I understand the concept. And it seems "math" centric to use recursion to aid in a solution. Would you happen to have a real-world example of using recursion that would help someone like me who appreciates math when calculating a tip on a receipt but has not memorized the Fibonacci sequence by heart?