Computational Skills Acquired in CSE 3
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Computational Skills Acquired in CSE 3. SCRATCH P ROJECTS. Creating Links and Constructing 2D Data. The Scratch Projects were so fun but difficult. The hardest project we had to do was creating a Tic Tac Toe game on Sratch . Here, we learned how to use “if and “and” conditional statements.

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Computational skills acquired in cse 3

Computational Skills Acquired in CSE 3

SCRATCH PROJECTS

Creating Links and Constructing 2D Data

The Scratch Projects were so fun but difficult. The hardest project we had to do was creating a Tic Tac Toe game on Sratch. Here, we learned how to use “if and “and” conditional statements

This class was very helpful, because I learned how to organize my data by learning how to make a calendar

PHOTOSHOP

Creating a Homepage

We first learned how to make our own webpage and in Notepad++ and learned the basics of creating a webpage.

Finally, I learned Photoshop and fixed Madonna’s Gap!

Lying With Statistics

I realized that not all data are reliable and can be easily manipulated to prove a specific way of thinking. This is the mean pcean temperature of Buoy 100, but the data is misrepresented because it starts in the winter and is cut off at the summer, the trendline is drastically different

Analyzing Data

I learned how to analyze and graph data using Microsoft Excel


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