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decomposition
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by Anne-Marie Tytgat
| 3 Questions
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1
1 pt
Computational thinking
is a list of instructions that someone can follow to achieve a result
is about looking at a problem in a way that a computer can help to solve us.
means recognize and find patterns or trends accross a problem.
2
1 pt
Describe an example of the use of decomposition in languages, science, history (you can choose your own discipline):

3
1 pt
Complete the sentence. Decomposition means...
a sequence of instructions
recognize patterns en find patterns or trends accross a problem
breaking down a problem into smaller parts
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