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Section 1

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True/False: Python allows for passing multiple arguments to a function.

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TRUE

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True/False: Python formats all floating-point numbers to two decimal places when outputting using the print statement.

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FALSE

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True/False: In Python, print statements written on separate lines do not necessarily output on separate lines

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TRUE

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The _____ argument specifies which parameter the argument should be passed into.

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KEYWORD

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True/False: A flowchart is a tool that programmers use to design programs.

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TRUE

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A(n) _____ is any piece of data that is passed into a function when the function is called.

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ARGUMENT

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What makes it easier to reuse the same code in more than one program?

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MODULES

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A(n) _______________-controlled loop causes a statement or set of statements to repeat as long as a condition is true.

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CONDITION

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Which of the following represents an example to calculate the sum of the numbers (accumulator)?

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total+=number

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True/False: Different functions can have local variables with the same names.

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TRUE

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True/False: The \t escape character causes the output to skip over to the next horizontal tab.

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TRUE

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Which of the following is the correct if clause to use to determine whether choice is other than 10?

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if choice != 10:

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The _______________ specifier is a special set of characters that specify how a value should be formatted.

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FORMATTING

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The result of the expression 12.3 + 6.7 is _______________.

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19.0

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In python, a comma -separated sequence of data items that are enclosed in a set of brackets is called a

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LIST

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To refer to a function in a module, in our program we have to use the _______________ notation.

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DOT

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The top-down design breaks down the overall task of the program into a series of _______________.

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SUBTASKS

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A(n) _______________ is a special value that marks the end of a sequence of items.

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SENTINEL

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Arguments are passed by _______________ to the corresponding parameter variables in the function.

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POSITION

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A(n) ________ constant is a global name that references a value that cannot be changed

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GLOBAL

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True/False: A better way to repeatedly perform an operation is to write the statements for the task once, and then place the statements in a loop that will repeat the statements as many times as necessary

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TRUE

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When applying the .3f formatting specifier to the following number, 76.15854, the result is

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76.159

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True/False: Unlike other languages, in Python, the number of values a function can return is limited to one.

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FALSE

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The % symbol is the remainder operator and it is also known as the _______________ operator.

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MODULUS

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What is the informal language that programmers use to create models of programs that have no syntax rules and are not meant to be compiled or executed?

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PSEUDOCODE

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True/False: The math function, ceil(x), returns the smallest integer that is greater than or equal to x.

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TRUE

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A set of statements that belong together as a group and contribute to the function definition is known as a(n)

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BLOCK

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True/False: A local variable can be accessed from anywhere in the program.

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FALSE

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What is the result of the following Boolean expression, if x equals 5, y equals 3, and z equals 8? x < y or z > x

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TRUE

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