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AL 9-12: 2

CodeHS Lessons

Explain how computing systems are often integrated with other systems and embedded in ways that may not be apparent to the user. Examples: Millions of lines of code control the subsystems within an automobile (e.g., antilock braking systems, lane detection, and self-parking).

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1.6 Top Down Design and Decomposition in Karel
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