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Created Sep 10, 2020
Getting Started: Create and Manage Cloud Resources: Challenge Lab
View Getting Started: Create and Manage Cloud Resources: Challenge Lab
 Task 1: Create a project jumphost instance Make sure you: name the instance -- nucleus-jumphost use the machine type -- f1-micro use the default image type (Debian Linux)
Created May 27, 2020
View Assessment_3
 # rainfall_mi is a string that contains the average number of inches of rainfall in # Michigan for every month (in inches) with every month separated by a comma. # Write code to compute the number of months that have more than 3 inches of rainfall. # Store the result in the variable num_rainy_months. In other words, count the number of items with values > 3.0. rainfall_mi = "1.65, 1.46, 2.05, 3.03, 3.35, 3.46, 2.83, 3.23, 3.5, 2.52, 2.8, 1.85" rainfall_mi1 = rainfall_mi.split(",") num_rainy_month = 0 for x in rainfall_mi1: x = float(x)
Created May 27, 2020
View average.py
 # week_temps_f is a string with a list of fahrenheit temperatures separated by the , sign. # Write code that uses the accumulation pattern to compute the average (sum divided by number of items) and assigns it to avg_temp. # Do not hard code your answer (i.e., make your code compute both the sum or the number of items in week_temps_f) # (You should use the .split(",") function to split by "," and float() to cast to a float). week_temps_f = "75.1,77.7,83.2,82.5,81.0,79.5,85.7" avg_temp = 0.0 for i in week_temps_f: avg_temp = sum(map(float,week_temps_f.split(","))) / 7 print(avg_temp)
Created May 27, 2020
View number_sum.py
 # addition_str is a string with a list of numbers separated by the + sign. # Write code that uses the accumulation pattern to take the sum of all of the numbers # and assigns it to sum_val (an integer). (You should use the .split("+") function to split by "+" and int() to cast to an integer). addition_str = "2+5+10+20" sum_val = 0 for i in addition_str: sum_val = sum(map(int,addition_str.split("+"))) print(sum_val)
Created May 27, 2020
View count_number.py
 # Write code to count the number of characters in original_str using # the accumulation pattern and assign the answer to a variable num_chars. # Do NOT use the len function to solve the problem (if you use it while you are working on this problem, comment it out afterward!) original_str = "The quick brown rhino jumped over the extremely lazy fox." num_chars = 0 for i in original_str: num_chars = num_chars + 1 print(num_chars)
Created May 27, 2020
View string_length.py
 # Write code that uses iteration to print out the length of each element of the list stored in str_list. str_list = ["hello", "", "goodbye", "wonderful", "I love Python"] # Write your code here. for i in range(len(str_list)): print(len(str_list[i]))
Created May 27, 2020
View type.py
 # Write one for loop to print out each element of the list several_things. # Then, write another for loop to print out the TYPE of each element of the list several_things. # To complete this problem you should have written two different for loops, # each of which iterates over the list several_things, but each of those 2 for loops should have a different result. several_things = ["hello", 2, 4, 6.0, 7.5, 234352354, "the end", "", 99] for i in range(len(several_things)): print(several_things[i]) for j in range(len(several_things)):
Created May 27, 2020
View string_loop.py
 # Write one for loop to print out each character of the string my_str on a separate line. my_str = "MICHIGAN" for i in range(len(my_str)): print(my_str[i])
Last active May 27, 2020
View slices.py
 # What will the output be for the following code? ls = ['run', 'world', 'travel', 'lights', 'moon', 'baseball', 'sea'] new = ls[2:4] print(new) # output ['travel', 'lights'] # python is a zero-index based language and slices are inclusive of the first index and exclusive of the second.
Created May 27, 2020
View string.py
 # Write code that combines the following variables so that the sentence # “You are doing a great job, keep it up!” is assigned to the variable message. # Do not edit the values assigned to by, az, io, or qy. by = "You are" az = "doing a great " io = "job" qy = "keep it up!" message = (by+' '+az+io+','+' '+qy) print(message)
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