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Computer Science Tutoring review by Ahmad in Huntington Park, CA
Edited the student's paper on animal cruelty. She has decent ideas; she just need more emphasis on the detail. She has a lot of potential and motivation. We decided to edit the paper and send it back and forth so I could give instructions and have her follow them at her own pace.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Chris in Huntington Park, CA
Today we talking about programs that take user input and manipulate it to produce another output. An example is taking a user's width and length and giving them the area of a rectangle with those dimensions. We expanded this sample program to another application, where a user provides two integers and gets an output of their sum. We discussed how a Scanner object's nextInt() method ignores all String object inputs and waits for an Integer type input (or, at least something Java interprets as an Integer). He should now feel comfortable using import to use a library utility like Scanner, create his own Class and Main Function, declare variables, assign values to variables, create new instances of an Object with a defined argument (for example, Scanner VAR_NAME = new Scanner(ARGUMENT);), and manipulate user inputs using [ScannerObject].nextInt() to produce a different output (typically with arithmetic functions such as multiplication and addition).
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Alexander in Huntington Park, CA
We covered Big O, Big Omega, and Big Theta, as well as generalized examples as characteristics of input (e.g.. input is sorted ascending or descending, input is partially sorted, input contains duplicates, etc.) and their impact on runtime (e.g.. worst case, best case, average case). Work on trees and minimum spanning trees and Prim's and Kruskal's algorithm similarities and differences. Look over edge classification of depth-first traversal and Huffman encoding.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Qingfeng in Huntington Park, CA
We covered insertion sort, merge sort ,and three cases of master theorem. He and his friends are good listeners and eager to learn. We covered one question on the homework to emphasize the concept. It's a great pleasure working with them.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Colleen in Huntington Park, CA
During this session, the student worked through and completed the final exam for the training program. We also reviewed several general software questions, including screenshots and software installation.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Jeremy in Huntington Park, CA
We reviewed the student's algorithm worksheet. I had to explain the math and the theory of the problems. We talked about Big O, Big theta, and Big omega. Also, the recursion tree was a unique problem. We went over some programming code. I explained Big O and Big omega in detail. I showed how they are closely related to Big theta.
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