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CS Principles Unit 3 Assessment Review

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  • Q1
    In which of the following stages of the development process is a team MOST likely to interview a potential user of an app?
    investigating and reflecting
    designing
    testing
    prototyping
    30s
  • Q2
    Which of the following best describes the purpose of a design specification?
    Documenting comments that will need to be added to a program
    Listing detailed questions that will be asked of users during interviews
    Tracking errors that arise through user testing
    Describing the requirements for how a program will work or users will interact with it
    30s
  • Q3
    What will the "background-color" of the "topButton" be when the program is finished running?
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    orange
    green
    blue
    red
    30s
  • Q4
    If the user does NOT click the button what color will "topButton" be when this program finishes running?
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    orange
    red
    green
    blue
    30s
  • Q5
    The following program is run. Then the user clicks the "topButton" button ONCE. What will be displayed in the console?
    Question Image
    cat bird dog
    dog cat bird
    cat dog bird
    bird cat dog
    30s
  • Q6
    The following program is run. Then the user clicks the "bottomButton" ONCE and then clicks the "topButton" ONCE. What will be displayed in the console?
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    aaa bbb ccc
    ccc bbb aaa
    bbb aaa ccc
    aaa ccc bbb
    30s
  • Q7
    The following program is run. Then the user clicks the "bottomButton" TWO TIMES. What will be displayed in the console?
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    bbb ddd aaa aaa
    aaa bbb ccc ccc ddd
    bbb ccc ddd
    bbb ddd ccc ccc
    30s
  • Q8
    Which line of code in this program is MOST likely to result in an error?
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    line 4
    line 1
    line 3
    line 2
    30s
  • Q9
    Which of the following BEST describes the differences between sequential and event-driven programming?
    In sequential programming commands run faster than in event-driven programming.
    In sequential programming commands run one at a time. In event-driven programming all commands run at the same time.
    In sequential programming each command is run many times in sequence. In event-driven programming all commands are run a single time as an event.
    In sequential programming commands run in the order they are written. In event-driven programming some commands run in response to user interactions or other events.
    30s
  • Q10
    Which of the following is NOT a reason to include comments in programs
    Comments help document how code was written for other programmers to use
    Comments help programmers debug issues in their own code
    Comments help the computer decide whether certain components of a program are important.
    Comments enable programmers to track their work throughout the development process
    30s

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