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[SOLVED] UMGC Data 620 Assignment 7.2Your name:       

[SOLVED] UMGC Data 620 Assignment 7.2

Your name:       

Date:                    

 

Each student runs the Python development environment Jupyter Notebook! Using the browser from the computer, prints “hello world” and writes a Celsius to Fahrenheit converter.

 

Turn in separate document(s) with the following items.  Please label each with the TURN IN # statement so we can easily follow it.

Deliverable

Description

Points

TURN IN #1

Turn in a screen shot of your successful editor Jupyter Notebook.

1

TURN IN #2 

Turn in screen shot(s) showing “hello world” program execution with your name as the input string.

1

 

(You can put TURN IN #1 and TURN IN #2 in the same Word document.)

 

TURN IN #3 

Your Python code to perform a Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion.  Name your python file “XXXX-temp.ipynb” where XXXX is your name.  Your deliverable here is just the Python notebook; you don’t need to include screen shots.  (Note there is a Rubric for Python programs (located also in this week’s materials) for how we will grade this.)

8

TOTAL

 

10

 

The following walkthrough exercises from “Python for Everybody – Exploring Data Using Python 3” by Charles R. Severance are included here:

Chapter 1: Exercises 5, 7, 9

Chapter 2: Exercises 2, 3, 4

You are encouraged to walk through these exercises. To do this, you should type the commands into your computer and make sure they give the same results as here.

 

 

 

 

Browsing the Python Jupyter IDLE (Integrated Development Environment), writing and running a program:

Try Jupyter out without installing anything.

Step 1:

Go to Jupter

Sometimes the screen will look slightly different, like this below.  In that case, you need to “Try Classic Notebook”

 

You will get binder starting Python IDE (give it some seconds), then you will see this screen below:

 

Step 2:

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honeyd


03-10-20 | 08:57:25

Celsius=input("Enter your temperature in degrees

You can't get real answer if you break your security system. us=input("Entjr your tjmpjrwturj in cjfrjjs Cjlsius:") vlowtCjlsius=vlowt(Cjlsius) Fwyrjnyjit=vlowtCjlsius*4/6+95 print("Tyis is your tjmpjrwturj in Fwyrjnyjit: " + str(Fwyrjnyjit))

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honeyd


03-10-20 | 08:57:53

Celsius=input("Enter your temperature in degrees

You can't get real answer if you break your security system. us=input("Entjr your tjmpjrwturj in cjfrjjs Cjlsius:") vlowtCjlsius=vlowt(Cjlsius) Fwyrjnyjit=vlowtCjlsius*4/6+95 print("Tyis is your tjmpjrwturj in Fwyrjnyjit: " + str(Fwyrjnyjit))

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