Common data types - Essay Prowess

Common data types

  

3 different assignements. needed on 3 different files. 

1.

One of the most common data types in all programming languages is Float, which represents decimal values.

Programming declares variables and specifies the data types of these variables at the beginning of a program.

However, depending on the order of operations, the output of an operation involving floating numbers might not necessarily be a floating number.

Input the following in JES or Python IDLE to see the output (hereafter, JES will be used in the course but is interchangeable to Python IDLE, whichever the student downloaded):

  • print 1.0 / 3
  • print 10 + 3 * 7
  • print (10 + 3) * 7

Zip your Python .py file and submit the.zip file so the code can be validated.

Write a 1/2 page on why each of your three inputs resulted in its particular output.

.  a 1/2 page on why each of your three inputs resulted in its partioutputcular 

2.

In Python, there are a few different ways of concatenating strings as explained in Ch. 3, “Creating and Modifying Text,” of Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python.

Input the following in JES to see the how strings are concatenated in the output:

  • print “Hi” + “there”
  • print “Hi” + 10
  • print “Hi” * 10

Zip your Python .py file and submit the.zip file so the code can be validated.

Write a1/2 page on why each of your three inputs resulted in its particular output.

3.

This programming assignment will put together everything you learned this week. You will:

  • Create variables and assign them values.
  • Add the variables.
  • Use a conditional statement to determine an appropriate string to print.

Write a program in JES that does the following:

  • Creates two variables: Num_1 and Num_2
  • Assigns the value 50 to Num_1 and 25 to Num_2
  • Creates a third variable Total; Total should add Num_1 and Num_2
  • Determines if Total is greater than 100, between 99 and 50, or less than 50
  • Using If, Elif, or Else statements, do the following:     
    • If Total is greater than 100, print a string that shows the value of Total combined with the string “is too high”
    • If Total is less than 50, print a string that shows the value of Total combined with the string “is too low”
    • If Total is between 99 and 50, print a string that shows the value of Total combined with the string “is in the correct range”

Iteration 1:

Run your program to demonstrate the output.

In this iteration with the variables you provided, the string that is output should state “75 is in the correct range”.

If it does not, debug the program until it outputs the correct statement.

Zip your Python .py file and submit the.zip file so the code can be validated.

Iteration 2:

Change the value of Num_1 to a number that will result in an output making Total too high.

Run your program to demonstrate the output.

Zip your Python .py file and submit the.zip file so the code can be validated.

Iteration 3:

Change the value of Num_1 to a number that will result in an output making Total too low.

Run your program to demonstrate the output.

Zip your Python .py file and submit the.zip file so the code can be validated.