HW2_ISE135 (1).py - coding utf-8 Created on Sun Sep 8 20:09:53 [email protected] mtperry2"Micah Perry"P2.33#get the users inpuit PHONE_NUMBER = input"Enter

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ Created on Sun Sep 8 20:09:53 2019 @author: mtperry2 ""Micah Perry"" """ "P2.33" #get the users inpuit: PHONE_NUMBER = input("Enter Your Phone Number: ") #slpit off the first three numbers and seperate them with parentheses: finalNumber = "(" + PHONE_NUMBER[0] + PHONE_NUMBER[1]+ PHONE_NUMBER[2] +")" # sepperate the next three digits by putting them before a hypen finalNumber += PHONE_NUMBER[3] + PHONE_NUMBER[4] + PHONE_NUMBER[5] + "-" #Place last 4 digits after the hypen finalNumber += PHONE_NUMBER[6] + PHONE_NUMBER[7] + PHONE_NUMBER[8] + PHONE_NUMBER[9] print("Phone Number:",finalNumber) "P2.35" #get the amount due and the amount given as inputs AMOUNT_DUE = float(input("Enter Total Amount Due: \$")) AMOUNT_GIVEN = float(input("Enter Amount Given To Cahhier: \$")) #Find the total amount of change the customer is owed changeAmount = (AMOUNT_GIVEN - AMOUNT_DUE) #convert change due into cents CENTS_DUE = int(AMOUNT_DUE * 100 +.5) #convert change given into cents CENTS_GIVEN = int(AMOUNT_GIVEN * 100 +.5) # find the change in cents CHANGE_INCENTS = CENTS_GIVEN - CENTS_DUE #Find the number of dollars given back

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• Psychrometrics, dimes, Enter Total Amount Due

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