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• Flow chart of an algorithm (Euclid&apos;s algorithm) for calculating the greatest common divisor (g.c.d.) of two numbers a and b in locations named A and B. The algorithm proceeds by successive subtractions in two loops: IF the test B ≥ A yields &quot;yes&quot; (or true) (more accurately the numberb in location B is greater than or equal to the numbera in location A) THEN the algorithm specifies B ← B − A (meaning the number b − a replaces the old b). Similarly IF A &gt; B THEN A ← A − B. The process terminates when (the contents of) B is 0, yielding the g.c.d. in A. (Algorithm derived from Scott 2009:13; symbols and drawing style from Tausworthe 1977).Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AlgorithmiTaCS is an occasional set of resources to support the study of Information Technology and Computer Science and are free to use. iTABs and the iTABs idea are weekly published resources, reflecting ICT, IT and CS news stories with supporting activities to support the teaching of ICT, IT and CS. For a free sample of our back-catalogue Please contact ictcpd1@gmail.com
• Image and analogy idea: ediblealgorithms.com/iTaCS is an occasional set of resources to support the study of Information Technology and Computer Science and are free to use. iTABs and the iTABs idea are weekly published resources, reflecting ICT, IT and CS news stories with supporting activities to support the teaching of ICT, IT and CS. For a free sample of our back-catalogue Please contact ictcpd1@gmail.com
• iTaCS is an occasional set of resources to support the study of Information Technology and Computer Science and are free to use. iTABs and the iTABs idea are weekly published resources, reflecting ICT, IT and CS news stories with supporting activities to support the teaching of ICT, IT and CS. For a free sample of our back-catalogue Please contact ictcpd1@gmail.com
• iTaCS is an occasional set of resources to support the study of Information Technology and Computer Science and are free to use. iTABs and the iTABs idea are weekly published resources, reflecting ICT, IT and CS news stories with supporting activities to support the teaching of ICT, IT and CS. For a free sample of our back-catalogue Please contact ictcpd1@gmail.com
• iTaCS is an occasional set of resources to support the study of Information Technology and Computer Science and are free to use. iTABs and the iTABs idea are weekly published resources, reflecting ICT, IT and CS news stories with supporting activities to support the teaching of ICT, IT and CS. For a free sample of our back-catalogue Please contact ictcpd1@gmail.com
• iTaCS is an occasional set of resources to support the study of Information Technology and Computer Science and are free to use. iTABs and the iTABs idea are weekly published resources, reflecting ICT, IT and CS news stories with supporting activities to support the teaching of ICT, IT and CS. For a free sample of our back-catalogue please contact ictcpd1@gmail.com
• iTaCS is an occasional set of resources to support the study of Information Technology and Computer Science and are free to use. iTABs and the iTABs idea are weekly published resources, reflecting ICT, IT and CS news stories with supporting activities to support the teaching of ICT, IT and CS. For a free sample of our back-catalogue please contact ictcpd1@gmail.com
• iTaCS is an occasional set of resources to support the study of Information Technology and Computer Science and are free to use. iTABs and the iTABs idea are weekly published resources, reflecting ICT, IT and CS news stories with supporting activities to support the teaching of ICT, IT and CS. For a free sample of our back-catalogue please contact ictcpd1@gmail.com