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  1. In Topic: Looking for Python (3.2.X) tutor...

    Posted 9 Jul 2012

    View Postdarek9576, on 09 July 2012 - 12:04 PM, said:

    Then you should post your problems here, as soon as you can. We dont know the due date of your assignments. If we can, we will help you. You might want to get a book on Pyhon.


    Thank you...!! I'll do that with better communication...

    btw for clarification, when you say "post problems here" you are referring to the "Python" forum and not on this thread... yes?
  2. In Topic: Looking for Python (3.2.X) tutor...

    Posted 9 Jul 2012

    View Postdarek9576, on 09 July 2012 - 11:54 AM, said:

    What problems do you have. Post them here and we might be able to help you.


    They are more along the lines of homework assignments. I was hoping for more one on one explainations without a "long" wait time (sort of speaking). I posted one assignment, and the help I received was excellent (pointed me in the right direction) - but didn't get to work with it before it was due...
  3. In Topic: python program trying to print sequence of numbers

    Posted 8 Jul 2012

    Here is the solution to the problem posted by the instructor...

    import math
    
    def main():
        print("This program prints out a sequence of integer numbers.")
        print("Each integer is the square root of previous two rounded")
        print("to the closest whole number.")
    
        a, b = eval(input("Please enter the first two integers: "))
        L = eval(input("Please enter the length of the sequence: "))
        print("The output sequence is: ")
        print(a)
        print(B)/>
        for i in range(L-2):
            c = round(math.sqrt(a**2 + b**2))
            print(c)
            a = b
            b = c        
        
    main()
    
    


    I haven't posted my final code, but came close... Thank you BloodyInari!!! Thank you again!
  4. In Topic: python program trying to print sequence of numbers

    Posted 29 Jun 2012

    View Postcrowdedchef, on 28 June 2012 - 07:14 PM, said:

    Hi, I'm trying to figure this problem.

    This program is to get a list (a sequence) of numbers using a given equation, but once it's calculated, the intial two numbers aren't listed...


    
    import math
    
    def main():
        print ("This program prints a sequence of integer numbers using given square root equation."
    
        x, y = eval(input("Please enter the first two integers in sequence:"))
        z = math.sqrt (x**2 + y**2)
    
        n=int(input("Input the length of the sequence:"))
        for i in range(n):
            x, y = y, math.sqrt (x**2 + y**2)
            print ((y))
            
    main()
    
    
    


    I worked out a couple bugs but I'm having trouble implementing a couple suggestions... any help will be much appreciated.

    import math
    
    def main():
        print ("This program prints a sequence of integer numbers using given square root equation.")
        print ("Please enter the first two integers in sequence:")
     
        x, y = eval(input())
        n=eval(input("Input the length of the sequence:"))
        print ("The Integer Sequence is:")
        
        for i in range(n):
            z = math.sqrt (x**2 + y**2)
            print (round(z))
            x=y
            y=z
            
                         
    main()
    
    

    The suggestions are:
    -need to loop n-2 times and have the first two integers are printed before the for loop
    -need to store the rounded values of variables a and b using multiple assignment instead of storing the non-integer value

    again, any help will be much appreciated...!!! Thank you in advance

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