**A Level Computer Science: Introduction to algorithms**

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**Introduction to algorithms**

To program a computer, certain sets of logical instructions need to be provided. Sets of logical instructions for a computer can be designed only when the programmer thinks in the same way that a computer processes the instructions. The set of logical instructions used to program a computer is called algorithm.

An algorithm is generally written using pseudocode or flowcharts. Pseudocode is a readable description of what a computer program will do, and flowchart is the graphical representation of pseudocode

This A Level Computer Science module introduces introduction to algorithms to your students, explaining:

- Steps involved in solving a problem
- Algorithm design
- Understanding & Interpreting an algorithm
- Applications

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