Exercises 1–5 contain a while loop and a predicate. In each case show that if the predicate is true before entry to the loop, then it is also true after exit from the loop.
loop: while (n ≥ 0 and n ≤ 100)
n := n + 1
predicate: 2n < (n + 2)!
Chapter 4 Notes Introduction Speakers and Listeners co-create speech’s meaning Feedback loop -continual flow of communication between speaker and listeners Competent Listeners tend to be: -efficient & successful in the both personal and professional lives -better problem solvers The Selective Nature of Listening Listening: -conscious act of recognizing, understanding and accurately interpreting messages communicated by others Hearing -physiological process of perceiving sound Selective perception -paying attention selectively to certain messages Factors that influence selective perception -Interests -Needs -Values -Attitudes -Beliefs We pay att