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44-141 Exercise 7 Solutions 1. Evaluate each of the following expressions. (a) (4 > 3 and 23 > 10) True False (b) (4 > 6 or 10 < 2 * 6) True False (c) ((7 >= 3 + 4) or 6 < 4 / 2 and 2 < 5 % 3) True False (d) not(7 <= 4 or 2 != 5 and 8 >= 4) True False 2. Assume we have declared and initialized the variables below. x = 2 y = 5 z = 8 a = False b = True Evaluate the following expressions. (a) (x – z == y) True False (b) (x * z > z * y or b) True False (c) (x * z < z * y and a) True False (d) (x * z > z * y and a or b) True False (e) not (x * z > z * y and a or b) True False

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3. Assume x and y are variables. Translate each phrase into an equivalent boolean expression. (a) x is less than 20 _______x < 20_________________ (b) x is between 1 and 100 (inclusive) __(x >= 1) and (x <= 100)________ (c) y is either 1 or 5 or 10 __(y == 1) or (y == 5) or (y == 10)___

Unformatted text preview: (d) Both x and y are positive __(x &gt; 0) and (y &gt; 0)____________ (e) Neither x nor y is positive _(x &lt;= 0) and (y &lt;= 0)___________ 4. Assume the following variables have been declared. isVoter, validExamScore, evenNumber, age, examScore, number Circle the value stored in the boolean variable after the execution of each set of statements. (a) age = 30 isVoter = age &lt;=18 True False (b) age = 16 isVoter = age &lt;=18 True False (c) number = 11 evenNumber = number % 2 == 0 True False (d) number = 4 evenNumber = number % 2 == 0 True False (e) examScore = 60 validExamScore = examScore &gt;= 0 and examScore &lt;= 100 True False (f) examScore = 110 validExamScore = examScore &gt;= 0 and examScore &lt;= 100 True False...
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