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 c

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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

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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

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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. P

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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

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