COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ALGORITHMS
Question
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Start by mathematics equations, Analyze data, Stop when finding answer


Start with complex calculation, find values of variables, Stop when we find answer


Start with input data, Do complex calculation, Stop when we find answer


None of the above

Detailed explanation1: An algorithm is made up of three basic building blocks: sequencing, selection, and iteration.
Detailed explanation2: An algorithm is not computer code; it’s written in plain English and may be in the form of a flowchart with shapes and arrows, a numbered list, or pseudocode (a semiprogramming language). It doesn’t beat around the bush. It’s very clear and efficient, and it has a start, middle, and end.
Detailed explanation3: An algorithm is a stepbystep procedure that defines a set of instructions that must be carried out in a specific order to produce the desired result. Algorithms are generally developed independently of underlying languages, which means that an algorithm can be implemented in more than one programming language.
Detailed explanation4: Common examples include: the recipe for baking a cake, the method we use to solve a long division problem, the process of doing laundry, and the functionality of a search engine are all examples of an algorithm.