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test1f11short - CompSci 6 Test 1 Fall 2011 PROBLEM 1 : (...

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Unformatted text preview: CompSci 6 Test 1 Fall 2011 PROBLEM 1 : ( What is the output? (10 points) ) A. (5 pts) What is the output of the following code segment? Write the output to the right. Note that there is only output for the print statements. Output: x = 5 y = 3.0 print 2 + x * 4 print x * 4 + 2 print 12 / x print 10 / y print x > 2 B. (5 pts) What is the output of the following code segment? Write the output to the right. Note that there is only output for the print statements. Output: sport = "cross country" print sport[2] print sport[2:4] print sport[sport.find(t):] spices = [basil, dill, chickory, parsley, sage] print spices[2] print spices[2:4] PROBLEM 2 : ( Triangles and Dinner - Simple Functions (14 points) ) A. (6 pts) An equilateral triangle has all three sides of the same length. The area of an equilateral triangle with a the length of a side is 3 4 * a 2 . Write the function areaEquilateralTriangle that has one float parameter side represent- ing one side of an equilateral triangle and returns the area of the triangle. 1 call returns areaEquilateralTriangle(4.2) 7.63834406138 areaEquilateralTriangle(2.0) 1.73205080757 areaEquilateralTriangle(1.5) 0.974278579257 def areaEquilateralTriangle(side): given one float parameter side representing the length of one of the sides, returns a float that is the area of the equilateral triangle B. (8 pts) Ellen and Oscar want an easy way to decide who will cook dinner each night....
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