Week 3 Exercises

Spring 2019

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In 6.08's Week 3 Exercises we're going to be getting building on our understanding of voltage dividers, getting some more practice with with pointers, and then spending some time in Python as we get started workin in our server infrastructure. Some of these exercises are a bit different from the style of the past few weeks so make sure you go through them since we'll start using their stuff right away in Week 4.

Required Exercises

Design Exercises

There are two design exercises up for grabs this week. See the course grading policy on these.


1) Symbol Key

Symbols for exercises correspond to the following events. We'll also have a progress page hopefully posted by the end of week 1 for tracking your work.

  • : Not attempted / submitted
  • : Attempted but not complete
  • : Complete but late
  • : Complete and on time
  • : Complete and on time, using only one submission per question (not worth anything more than regular Complete and on time)


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