anonymous
  • anonymous
Declarative knowledge refers to statements of fact. True or False Imperative knowledge refers to 'how to' methods. True or False
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Procedural_knowledge
nardo
  • nardo
Technically, we are not allowed to post the actual questions that are part of the exams/tests portions of the class.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Watch the videos! If we are to give the answers here what's the point of you joining the course?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, the videos are pretty clear on this item. Some of the other stuff will definately make you think but the videos pretty much state this word for word.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Already solved it like 48 hours ago
anonymous
  • anonymous
"nardo" is right, that's why we agreed the honor code. Actually it is worth to make an effort and learn from the materials supplied on the courseware. Nice learning to everyone!

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