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are you talking about MIT CS ?
he is talking about edx i guess.
@Leaper Starting from the first lecture, after you watch the video(s) for that lecture, right below the videos there will be a few review questions and then, below that, the assignment (or problem set as it's called in this class).
Typically, you'll see a message saying Problem set "whatever" is assigned now and due at some later date (and then they'll give you a link to the notes for the day it's due so you can grab the assignment).
What you should do is this ... watch the video, go through the review questions, see if there's a problem set assigned. If there is a problem set assigned, go grab it and start working on it. You don't have to finish it though until the day it's due though, so if you're getting stuck, watch the next lectures videos and keep watching videos till you get up to where it's due. If you're still stuck and the lectures didn't help you figure out what you needed to finish the problems, pop in here, there's most always someone willing to help.
Happy coding :D
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"Typically, you'll see a message saying Problem set "whatever" is assigned now and due at some later date (and then they'll give you a link to the notes for the day it's due so you can grab the assignment)."
For example in the video will I be told retrice # 1is due at some point of time?
I've only seen the first video and some of the second one.