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It is a compound expression made up of three atoms. For this problem, write five other Scheme expressions whose values are also the number ten: • An atom • Another compound expression made up of three atoms • A compound expression made up of four atoms • A compound expression made up of an atom and two compound subexpressions • Any other kind of expression Page 40 In the old days, they ''defined procedures" like this. Page 41 4— Defining Your Own Procedures Until now we've been using procedures that Scheme already knows when you begin working with it.

Only Shari reports directly to Harry. Page 51 Don't forget, in the heady rush of learning about the substitution model, what you already knew from before: Each piece of this computation is done by a little person, and some other little person is waiting for the result. In other words, the substitution model tells us how each compound procedure is carried out, but doesn't change our picture of the way in which procedure invocations are composed into larger expressions. Pitfalls ⇒ Don't forget that a function can have only one return value.

However, it is important that both Bernie and Cordelia finish their work before Alice can do hers. Page 32 The entire call to - is itself a single expression; it could be a part of an even larger expression: > (* (- (+ 5 8) (+ 2 4)) (/ 10 2)) 35 This says to multiply the numbers 7 and 5, except that instead of saying 7 and 5 explicitly, we wrote expressions whose values are 7 and 5. (By the way, we would say that the above expression has three subexpressions, the * and the two arguments. The argument subexpressions, in turn, have their own subexpressions.

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