## Challenges from last time:

- From an interview with Google (not mine):
*Suppose you were shrunk to the size of a nickel. Your mass was shrunk as well, so your density is the same. You are thrown into a blender, the blades are about to start spinning; what do you do?* - From an interview with Microsoft (not mine):
*Suppose you're locked in a building and can't leave. How many ways can you think of to measure the exterior temperature?*

## Warm Up

Write in **JavaScript** the code for finding the minimum of 5
variables, call them *a1,a2,a3,a4,a5*. You can assume that
these variables are given to you. Use the `alert()` function
to display the result. Example:
```
alert('"' + a1 + '" is the smallest number!<br/>');
```

## Computer *Science*

Last time we created an expert system for determining what parts of
computer science you could potentially be interested in. This time
you will take the diagram below and translate it into JavaScript.
The point of this exersize is to use `if, else if, esle`
statements. The states in **bold** are end states, and their
contents should be output via the `alert()` function.

## A challenge for next time

From my interview with Lawrence Livermore National Labs over this
weekend:

You have a bowl with 200 fish in it. Of these fish 99% are not
guppies. how many fish should you remove so that 2% of what remains
are guppies? Suppose you can distinguish guppies from non-guppies.