Homework:

Write a program that takes two inputs and stores them in variables feet and inches. Print output of their height in centimeters. (12 inches = 1 foot, 1 inch = 2.54 centimeters)

What do these print?

(“99” - 8) % 6

int(5.8) + float(9) * 3

4 + int(“447”)

str(4) + “447”

str(bool(0)) + “ is the opposite of ” + str(bool(25))

Resources:

Class Slides:

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#1)

feet = int(input("Type your height in feet: "))

inches = int(input("Type your height in inches: "))

cmFTHeight = feet * 30.48

cmINHeight = inches * 2.54

print("Your height in centimeters is " + cmFTHeight + " your height in inches is " + cmINHeight)

#2)

error

32.0

451

4447

False is the opposite of true

feet = int(input("type a number for ft: "))

inches = int(input("type a number for in: "))

ftCM = feet * 30.48

inCM = 2.54 * inch

print(f'Your input of feet in cm is: {ftCM} and your input of inches to cm is: {inCM}')

error

32.0

451

4447

False is the opposite of true

HI = input("Enter a number (feet->inches):")

BYE = input("Enter different number (inches->centimeters)")

HI = float(HI)* 12

BYE = float(BYE)* 2.54

print("The first number in inches is " + str(HI) + ".")

print("The second number in centimeters is " + str(BYE) + ".")

- Invalid because strings can't minus integer

- 32.0

- 451

- 4447

- False is the opposite of true

# 1. one = input("Enter a number (ft -> in): ") two = input("Enter another number (in -> cm): ") one = float(one) * 12 two = float(two) * 2.54 print("The first number in inches is " + str(one) + ".") print("The second number in centimeters is " + str(two) + ".") # 2. # 1. an error # 2. float(32.0) # 3. int(451) # 4. "4447" # 5. "False is the opposite of True"

Ernie

1.

`Height = input("What is your height(inches)? \n") Height2 = input("What is your height(feet with decimals)? \n") h2 = (float(Height) * 2.54) print(f'Your height in centimeters is {h2} cm.' )`

2. a. error, can't do operations with a string and an integer

b. 32

c. 451

d. "4447"

e. "False is the opposite of True"

3. a. +

b. + or - or *

`feet = input('Enter the number of feet/foot.') feet = int(feet) inches = 12 print((str(feet * inches)) + f' inches is equal to {feet} feet.') cm = 2.54 print(str(feet * inches * cm) + ' centimeters is equal to ' + (str(feet * inches)) + ' inches.')`

• invalid (str can't minus the int)

• 32.0

• 451

• 4447

• False is the opposite of true