Intro to Code Answers (Understand the basics of Code Answers) 2021

This post provides answers to all the Check your Knowledge questions and the Topic Quiz questions asked in the Intro to Code Module from Understanding the basics of code course from the Google Digital Garage curriculum.

Course URL – https://learndigital.withgoogle.com/digitalgarage/course/basics-code/lesson/179

Intro to Code Check Your Knowledge Answers

In this section, you will get the answers to the Check your Knowledge questions which are asked after every lesson.

Lesson 1 – What​ ​is​ ​code ​and​ ​how​ ​does​ ​it​ ​work?

Q.1 – Tracy is a photographer. She’s thinking about creating a website to showcase some of her best work, and is wondering how code is used in website development. Can you help her out?

(A) Code is a set of web pages with text, images and videos which can be displayed in a browser.

(B) Code is the browser containing text, images and videos which can be displayed on web pages.

(C) Code is a set of information a browser needs in order to display things like text, images and videos on a web page.

Lesson 2 – Introduction to programming languages

Q.2 – Rose wants to become a computer programmer, and has been doing some research to get her new career started. Help her spot which of the following facts about programming languages are correct.

(A) There are many programming languages out there, and each one is used for different purposes.

(B) A mix of low, mid and high level programming languages allow coders to write for a range of purposes.

(C) There are only a specific amount of programming languages that can instruct a computer

(D) All programming languages eventually get converted to binary code, which all machines understand.

Lesson 3 – How code powers our daily lives

Q.3 – Sasha loves travelling, jazz music, shopping and dining out. Which, if any, of Sasha’s recent activities might have used APIs (Application Programming Interfaces)?

(1) When she booked a holiday to Paris through a travel fare comparison site.

(A) YES

(B) NO

(2) When she listened to trending jazz music on various streaming apps.

(A) YES

(B) NO

(3) When she gets loyalty points for recommending her favourite restaurant to someone.

(A) YES

(B) NO

(4) When she does the weekly shop in her local supermarket.

(A) YES

(B) NO

Lesson 4 – Working in code: developers and everyday industries

Q.4 – Lola owns a big farm in Devon, but often struggles to retain employees. She’s keen to find new ways to keep her business running, and recently attended a local event about the advantages of machine learning, AI and coding. How might a basic understanding of coding help Lola run her farm better?

(A) By automating repetitive tasks.

(B) By improving employee productivity.

(C) By improving employee retention.

Intro to Code Topic Quiz Answers

Q.1 – Which of the following best describes what “code” is?

(A) A set of rules and instructions, written in a specific programming language, that help us talk to machines

(B) A set of browsers, written in a specific programming language, that help us talk to machines

(C) A set of text, images, videos and spaces which can be displayed on web pages

(D) A set of web pages containing text, images, videos and spaces that help us talk to machines

Q.2 – What is the most basic language that computers understand?

(A) Codes

(B) Binary

(C) Julia

(D) Rust

Q.3 – Coders use a set of functions and procedures to help computer applications talk to each other. These are called “_________”

(A) Application Programming Interfaces

(B) Application Machine Interfaces

(C) Application Coding Interfaces

(D) Advanced Programming Interfaces

Q.4 – Which of these is a good example of how code is used in the workplace?

(A) To get more customer reviews

(B) To improve employee’s skills

(C) To increase people’s salaries

(D) To automate repetitive tasks

Conclusion

Here you will get 100% correct answers to all the questions from the Google Digital Garage Intro to Code module. After completing this, you should check out our answers to all 26 modules of the Google Digital Garage Fundamentals of Digital Marketing course.

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