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lucky12345

  • 2 years ago

MIT 6.00 For each item in the question list, choose the item from the list of potential responses that best matches the question item. No item from the potential responses should be used more than once. List of potential responses: 1. induction 2. syntax checking 3. abstraction 4. lexical scoping 5. constant time 6. linear time 7. logarithmic time 8. Newton's method 9. glass box testing 10. black box testing 11. unit testing 12. integration testing 13. cloning 14. mutation Question list: 1. specification 2. binary search 3. recursion 4. successive approximati

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  1. chiragsala
    • 2 years ago
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    What do you wana say.....its not clear.?

  2. lucky12345
    • 2 years ago
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    plz help me find answer to these questions they are from MITx: 6.00x Introduction to Computer Science and Programming n m unable to find answer to this question

  3. raydvard
    • 8 months ago
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    okay let me be clear with ur question... as a example... we can define specification from question list.... specification means an act of identifying something ....so from potential responses i can take induction as induction meaning is to rise something.... like this or what????

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