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Exam 1_Spring 2011 - Lehman College CUNY CMP 230 Exam 1...

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Lehman College, CUNY CMP 230 Exam 1– SAMPLE EXAM Spring 2011 1. Write Python code that prompts the user for the area of a circle and prints out its circumference. Useful formulas: area = π · radius 2 , circumference = π · diameter 2. Trace the Python code below, i.e. indicate the state of the variables as they change. mon = 5 tue = (mon + 6) % 2 tue = tue + 3 wed = mon / 4 thu = mon ** 2 wed = mon = tue thu = mon - 2 * tue tue = wed * mon mon, tue = tue, mon 3. Write the following formulas in Python: (a) x = b + b 2 4 ac 2 a (b) s = a + b + c 2 area = s ( s a )( s b )( s c ) 4. Write for loop based Python code to calculate: (a) The product of all the integers from 10 to 100. (b) 3 . 145 101 . 5. Write a Python graphics based program that requires the user to click on a point in its window and then draws a 2 by 2 rectangle centered around that point. 6. Write for loop based Python code to do the following: (a) Print out the multiples of 5 from 205 to 305 inclusive. Note: the first thing printed will be 205 and the last thing printed will be 305. (b) Print the following output: Month 1 has 31 days. Month 2 has 28 days. Month 3 has 31 days. Month 4 has 30 days. Month 5 has 31 days. Month 6 has 30 days. Month 7 has 31 days. Month 8 has 31 days. Month 9 has 30 days. Month 10 has 31 days. Month 11 has 30 days. Month 12 has 31 days. 7. Write a Python graphics based program that requires the user to click on three points in its window and then draws the triangle connecting those points. 1
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8. Trace the following Python code, i.e. indicate the state of the variables as they change and what output is printed to the screen: (a) f = 3 s = 5 for i in range(10,15): f, s = s, f + s print("f =", f, " s=", s) (b) n = 3 k = 4 for c in range(5): n = n + k k = 3 * k print("n =", n, " k = ", k) 9. Draw the output that would be displayed in the program’s window if the following Python graphics based program were executed: from graphics import * def main(): win = GraphWin() win.setCoords(0, 0, 100, 100) for n in range(10, 100, 10): Line(Point(n,0), Point(n,100)).draw(win) for n in range(10, 100, 10): Line(Point(0,n), Point(100,n)).draw(win) win.getMouse() main() 10. Write a complete program that uses a loop to help ask the user for the quantity and cost of each of 10 items. The program should then print out the total cost. An example run of the program should look like: Item 1: Enter quantity -> 3 Enter cost -> 10 Item 2: Enter quantity -> 10 Enter cost -> 2.30 Item 3: Enter quantity -> 4 Enter cost -> 5 : : Item 10: 2
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Enter quantity -> 6 Enter cost -> 8.50 Your total cost is: 201.18 3
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Lehman College, CUNY CMP 230 Exam 1, Version 1 Spring 2011 1. Write Python code that prompts the user for the diameter of a circle, and prints out the circumference of the circle. Useful formulas: circumference = π · diameter 2. Trace the Python code below, i.e. indicate the state of the variables as they change. mon = 7 tue = (mon + 6) % 2 tue = tue + 3 wed = mon % 4 thu = mon ** 2 wed = thu = mon + 2 thu = mon - 2 * tue tue = wed * mon mon, tue = tue, mon 3. Write the following formulas in Python: (a) dist = ( x 1 x 2 ) 2 + ( y 1 y 2 ) 2 (b) area = 3 3 2 side 2 apothem = 2 area 6 side 4. Write for loop based Python code to calculate: (a) The product of all the integers from 20 to 200.
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