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Some Practice Problems for Midterm III|
Again, I won't post solutions until well after the exam (or maybe even not at all). However, if you have any questions about any of the questions, you should try to get them answered as soon as possible. The newsgroup is always a good start.
Some Practice Problems for Midterm II
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I won't post solutions to these problems until after the exam. This
isn't because I'm lazy and don't want to write it all up. (Well, maybe
that has a little to do with it.) But the main reason that I'm not going to
put up solutions is that I believe that the only way to learn recusion is
through practice -- looking at someone else's solution will do you no
good. In addition, it is easy enough to test your solution -- just give it
a shot in Dr.Scheme.
Again, the questions on the handout are not in any way a
predictor or guarantor of material that will or won't be on the exam.
The Grinnell Scheme Web - A gentle introduction to Scheme.
Revised Scheme Report - A hard-core crash course on Scheme.
Don't forget that there are significant differences between the dialects of
Scheme presented on these two pages and the version that we use in CS3 --
Your book (and fellow classmates) are always your best bet.
Some Practice Problems for Midterm 1|
Solutions for these practice
problems are now available. However, you don't
have to take my word for it-- You can always try it
out yourself. Please feel free to experiment
in scheme with these and related problems.
Also, these questions are in no way a guarantee or predictor for
what may be on the Midterm. I've never seen a CS3 midterm, so I have
no idea what might show up on them -- these practice problems are
just my best guess at some things that will be helpful for you to
Lastly, thanks again to Lisa, upon whose review sheet these problems