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MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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didnt understand the question plz help
@lucky12345 if that is the exam material please stop posting it here or wherever.... since it seems only part of the question im gonna tell you that: u have to "connect" one of those potential responses to whatever the question you are given (for every one). eg: A---->O C----->X etc but u can use each of those only 1 time.... hope this helps
@MicroBot plz help me i understood ll other parts except the recursion one plz help

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i am not doing the exam yet so i do not know the questions mate im sry but you should rewatch the videos on recursion:)
that is an exam question

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