## Say "Hello, World!" With Python

Here is a sample line of code that can be executed in Python: print("Hello, World!") You can just as easily store a string as a variable and then print it to stdout: my_string = "Hello, World!" print(my_string) The above code will print Hello, World! on your screen. Try it yourself in the editor below! Input Format You do not need to read any input in this challenge. Output Format Print Hello, World! to stdout.

## Python If-Else

Task: Given an integer, n , perform the following conditional actions: If n is odd, print Weird If n is even and in the inclusive range of 2 to 5 , print Not Weird If n is even and in the inclusive range of 6 to 20, print Weird If n is even and greater than 20, print Not Weird Input Format: A single line containing a positive integer, . Constraints: 1<=n<=100 Output Format: Print Weird if the number is weird. Otherwise, print Not Weird.

## Arithmetic Operators

The provided code stub reads two integers from STDIN, a and b. Add code to print three lines where: 1.The first line contains the sum of the two numbers. 2.The second line contains the difference of the two numbers (first - second). 3.The third line contains the product of the two numbers. Example: a=3 b=5 Print the following: 8 -2 15 Input Format: The first line contains the first integer, . The second line contain

## Python: Division

The provided code stub reads two integers, a and b, from STDIN. Add logic to print two lines. The first line should contain the result of integer division, a//b . The second line should contain the result of float division, a/b . No rounding or formatting is necessary. Example: The result of the integer division 3//5=0. The result of the float division is 3/5=0.6. Print: 0 0.6 Input Format: The first line contains the first integer, a.

## Loops

Task: The provided code stub reads and integer, n , from STDIN. For all non-negative integers i<n, print i^2. Example: n=3 The list of non-negative integers that are less than n=3 is [0,1,2] . Print the square of each number on a separate line. 0 1 4 Input Format: The first and only line contains the integer, n. Constraints: 1<=n<=20 Output Format: Print n lines, one corresponding to each i.