An **algorithms is a step by step procedure to solve logical and mathematical problems**. Informally, an algorithm can be called a “list of steps”. Algorithms can be written in ordinary language, and that may be all a person needs. In computing, an algorithm is a precise list of operations that could be done by a turing machine

No | Topic | Link |
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0 | Syllabus | Syllabus |

1 | Introduction to Algorithm | Algo 01 |

2 | Pseudocode | Algo 02 activity a activity b |

3 | Developing an algorithm | Algo 03 |

4 | Sequence control algorithm | Algo 04 |

5 | Selection control algorithm | Algo 05 |

6 | Repetition control algorithm | Algo 06 |

7 | Modularization | Algo 07 |

8 | Variables declaration in modularization & documentation | Algo 08 |

9 | General algorithm for common business problem Designing & writing complete program |
Algo 09 |

10 | Relational comparison and understanding AND logic | Algo 10 |

11 | Logical OR operator and combination AND and OR | Algo 11 |

12 | Looping and nested loops | Algo 12 |

13 | Array | Algo 13 |

14 | Control break | Algo 14 |