# ICT PROGRAMMING AND LOGIC LESSON 3 CONTROL STRUCTURES

## Quiz by Latavia Deliford

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17 questions
• Q1
A programming structure which continues to repeat actions while a condition remains true
Loop Structure
30s
• Q2
A programming structure which performs a set of instructions in the order they appear
Sequence Structure
30s
• Q3
When a computer carries out a program's instructions
executing
30s
• Q4
A programming structure which makes a decision in order to determine which set of instructions to carry out. This structure allows the computer to execute an instruction only if a certain condition exists
Selection Structure
30s
• Q5
this instruction set is considered a(n) selection structure
if/else instruction set
30s
• Q6
This instruction set is considered a(n) loop structure
while instruction set
30s
• Q7
Allows the programmer to determine the order in which instructions are executed, as well as the number of times or even whether an instruction is executed. There are three types sequence, selection, and loop (iteration).
Control Structure
30s
• Q8
The three types of control structures
Sequence, Selection, Loop (iteration)
30s
• Q9
The three common loop statements. There are three basic types of loops
Do while, while, for
30s
• Q10
There are two basic types of loops are controlled by these.
count and event controlled
30s
• Q11
tests a condition and is an example of a Loop
do-while statement
30s
• Q12
another way to say "loop structure"
iteration structure
30s
• Q13
a way of writing the details of algorithm steps in English using short phrases to describe the project outline
Pseudocode
30s
• Q14
a visual representation of algorithm steps
flowchart
30s
• Q15
a numeric system that only uses two digits — 0 and 1. Computers operate in binary, meaning they store data and perform calculations using only zeros and ones
Binary (or "base-2")
30s

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