# CS1 - 0910 - October

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## Contents

## Friday (10/30/09)

**Warmup:**

- Prompt the user for their age and store it in a variable
- Write an if-statement that checks the age variable to see if it is less than 18
- If the age is less than 18, then print "You are still a minor"
- else, print "The courts recognize you as an adult!...uh oh"

**Regular:**

- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 4 Exercises #1-5 and upload to SchoolWebLockers
- MPAA calculator assignment

**IB:**

- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 4 Exercises #1-5 and upload to SchoolWebLockers
- MPAA calculator assignment
- Geek Flow Chart Assignment

## Wednesday (10/28/09)

- 1st Quarter Exam

**Regular:**

- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 3 Exercises and upload to SchoolWebLockers
- Introduction to Python Conditionals (if-statement)
- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 4 Exercises #1-5 and upload to SchoolWebLockers
- MPAA calculator assignment

**IB:**

- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 4 Exercises #1-5 and upload to SchoolWebLockers
- MPAA calculator assignment
- Geek Flow Chart Assignment

## Monday (10/26/09)

- 1st Quarter Exam Review
- HTTLACS: Ch 1-3

- Quadratic Formula Assignment
- How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Chapter 3
- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 3 Exercises and upload to SchoolWebLockers

## Thursday (10/22/09)

**Warmup:**

- Define a function named timesFive(x) that takes one x parameter
- In the function body, have timesFive() print out the product of x times 5

**Agenda:**

- Quadratic Formula Assignment
- How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Chapter 3
- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 3 Exercises and upload to SchoolWebLockers

## Tuesday (10/20/09)

**Agenda:**

- Quadratic Formula Assignment
- Introduction to Python Functions
- How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Chapter 3
- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 3 Exercises and upload to SchoolWebLockers

## Thursday (10/16/09)

**Warmup:**

- Prompt the user for numerical input and store it in two variables: x and y
- Print the result of x to the y power (Hint: ** is used to take numbers to powers)

**Agenda:**

## Friday - Wednesday (10/9/09 - 10/14/09)

**Warmup:**

- Please complete this password request form

- Create a python script that has three variables: month, day, and year
- Store your birthday in the aforementioned variables
- Print your birthday using the variables
- Your birthday should use the following format: M/D/Y

**Agenda:**

- Make sure that you have submitted in HTTLACS: Ch 1 & 2 Exercises via SchoolWebLockers
- User input!
- Let's add some user input to your warmup
- Instead of hard-coding the month, day, and year variables, prompt the user for input three times and store the user's input in the variables

- Quadratic Formula Assignment

## Monday - Wednesday (10/5/09 - 10/7/09)

- GvR Demo Steps 11-13
- GvR Steps 1-13 Quiz
- Introduction to Python
- How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Chapter 1
- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 1 Exercises and upload to SchoolWebLockers
- HTTLACS: Ch 2
- Complete the HTTLACS: Chapter 2 Exercises and upload to SchoolWebLockers

## Thursday (10/1/09)

- Review GvR Steps 1-13
- GvR Demo Steps 11-13
- GvR Steps 1-13 Quiz
- Continue with GvR Steps 14-17
- IB-paced students should go to IB Computer Science I