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NPTEL Problem Solving Through Programming In C Assignment 1 Answers 2022
1. The input given from keyboard is converted to computer understandable unit (bit) by the standard
2. The execution nature of C program is
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3. Choose the correct statements from the following
i) In high-level language, testing and debugging a program is difficult than assembly language.
ii) C programs are highly portable on any type of operating system platform.
iii) A flowchart is a visual representation of the sequence of steps for solving a problem.
iv) The role of a compiler is to translate source program statements to decimal codes.
a) (i) and (ii)
b) (ii) and (iii)
c) (i), (ii), and (iii)
d) (ii), (iii), and (iv)
4. When we write X=Y in C, which of the following statements is valid?
a) X and Y both have same values but different locations.
b) X and Y both have same location and same values.
c) X and Y have different values and same location.
d) X and Y have different values and different locations.
5. What will be the output of the flowchart given below?
- a) 4
- b) 8
- c) 16
- d) 20
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6. The output of the following algorithm is
- a) 21
- b) 28
- c) 30
- d) 40
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7. The print values of ‘a’ and ‘b’ of the flowchart below are
- a) a=4, b=6
- b) a=6, b=4
- c) a=10, b=2
- d) a=2, b=10
8. The program which translates high level program into its equivalent machine language program is called
a) a translator
b) a language processor
c) a converter
d) None of the above
9. An interpreter reads the source code of a program
a) one line at a time
b) two line at a time
c) complete program in one stroke
d) None of these
10. The C language has been developed at
a) IBM, USA
b) Borland International, USA
c) Sun Microsystems
d) AT & T Bell Labs, USA
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About Problem Solving Through Programming In C
This course is aimed at enabling the students to
- Formulate simple algorithms for arithmetic and logical problems
- Translate the algorithms to programs (in C language)
- Test and execute the programs and correct syntax and logical errors
- Implement conditional branching, iteration and recursion
- Decompose a problem into functions and synthesize a complete program using divide and conquer approach
- Use arrays, pointers and structures to formulate algorithms and programs
- Apply programming to solve matrix addition and multiplication problems and searching and sorting problems
- Apply programming to solve simple numerical method problems, namely rot finding of function, differentiation of function and simple integration
- Week 1 : Introduction to Problem Solving through programs, Flowcharts/Pseudo codes, the compilation process, Syntax and Semantic errors, Variables and Data Types
- Week 2 : Arithmetic expressions, Relational Operations, Logical expressions; Introduction to Conditional Branching
- Week 3 : Conditional Branching and Iterative Loops
- Week 4 : Arranging things : Arrays
- Week 5 : 2-D arrays, Character Arrays and Strings
- Week 6 : Basic Algorithms including Numerical Algorithms
- Week 7 : Functions and Parameter Passing by Value
- Week 8 : Passing Arrays to Functions, Call by Reference
- Week 9 : Recursion
- Week 10 : Structures and Pointers
- Week 11 : Self-Referential Structures and Introduction to Lists
- Week 12 : Advanced Topics
CRITERIA TO GET A CERTIFICATE
This course will have an unproctored programming exam also apart from the Proctored exam, please check the announcement section for the date and time. The programming exam will have a weightage of 25% towards the Final score.
Final score = Assignment score + Unproctored programming exam score + Proctored Exam score
- Assignment score = 25% of the average of best 8 assignments out of the total 12 assignments given in the course.
- ( All assignments in a particular week will be counted towards final scoring – quizzes and programming assignments).
- Unproctored programming exam score = 25% of the average scores obtained as part of the Unproctored programming exam – out of 100
- Proctored Exam score =50% of the proctored certification exam score out of 100
YOU WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR A CERTIFICATE ONLY IF THE ASSIGNMENT SCORE >=10/25 AND UNPROCTORED PROGRAMMING EXAM SCORE >=10/25 AND PROCTORED EXAM SCORE >= 20/50.
If any one of the 3 criteria is not met, you will not be eligible for the certificate even if the Final score >= 40/100.