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Chapter 14 with some homework problems in a very well structures format for understanding. Includes images from the textbook with explanation and analysis from what is covered in both the class and textbook. It also contains the key concepts and terms to be learned for the exams, which are in bold letters for easy identification -> (key term: definition) format.

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Invitation to Computer Science
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G.Michael Schneider, Judith Gersting
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2012
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