## Math Activities

Computer Science is closely related to mathematics but there are some significant differences in terms.

For example, x = x + 1 is a correct statement when coding because in computer science one "=" sign is an assignment. Two "==" is checking for equality.

x = x + 1 adds one to the value of x.

x == 1 checks for equality

if x == 1

print "Hello World";

Algorithms are the backbone of Computer Science and software engineering. Read more here: http://fiftyexamples.readthedocs.io/en/latest/algorithms.html

For example, x = x + 1 is a correct statement when coding because in computer science one "=" sign is an assignment. Two "==" is checking for equality.

x = x + 1 adds one to the value of x.

x == 1 checks for equality

if x == 1

print "Hello World";

Algorithms are the backbone of Computer Science and software engineering. Read more here: http://fiftyexamples.readthedocs.io/en/latest/algorithms.html

Write the following algorithms:

- The computer has chosen a random number between 1-16. Find the number.
- You have been given a list of jumbled numbers. Put them in order.
- The computer chose a number. Determine if it is odd or even.

"Everyone in this country should learn how to program a computer. . . because it teaches you how to think."

- Steve Jobs

- Steve Jobs