# Teemu Sirkiä

### Misconception: Students think that when they create a new variable within a function, that function will automatically return that variable’s value when executed.

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### Misconception: Students believe that in a primitive assignment, x = y could be the equivalent of y = x; they think that the computer science “=” sign is the same as the mathematical “=” sign.

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