Study Guide for Test 1 (24 Feb 2014)
* There will be conversions of decimal numbers into binary,
octal, and hexadecimal and vice versa.
* There will be conversions of negative numbers into 8-bit
2's complement numbers.
* You will create truth tables for Boolean expressions that will
involve Boolean operators not, and, or, xor. The Boolean expressions
will involve just two Boolean variables (let us say A and B) and your
truth tables will have all possible permutations of A and B.
* You will define variables, i.e. write meaningful variable names and
their values.
* You will evaluate expressions given certain input values. This will
involve all the operators that were discussed in class.
* You will write Boolean expressions that evaluate to True
given a set of conditions.
* There will be questions on conditionals. You will either write
conditional statements given a set of criteria or you will
be given a conditional statements and a set of input values and
you should be able to state what the result or output of those
conditionals will be.
* You are responsible for these built-in functions:
- abs (x)
- bin (x)
- bool (x)
- chr (i)
- eval (expr)
- float (x)
- hex (x)
- input (prompt)
- int (x)
- len (s)
- ord (c)
- round ()
- str (x)
- type (x)
* You are responsible for these math functions:
- math.ceil()
- math.degrees()
- math.factorial()
- math.floor()
- math.hypot()
- math.sqrt()
- math.radians()
* You are responsible for these random functions:
- random.randint (a, b)
- random.random()
- random.randrange (start, stop, step)
- random.uniform (a, b)
* You will have to write a full length program that will involve
user input, computations involving operators and functions,
conditionals, and output.