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# Part I Instructions:You are going to work on the

following:

A simple calculator to accept two numbers and print the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of the two numbers.

You are required to store each input number in a separate variable.

Hints

1) You should also store each calculation in a variable

2) You will get an error if you divide by zero, you will address this problem next assignment

3) Make Try again? Yes / No condition

Sample output

This is my first programming assignment

Enter your First number ---> 25

Enter your Second number ---> 14

The Result of 25+14=39.0

The Result of 25-14=11.0

The Result of 25*14=350.0

The Result of 25/14=1.78571428571

Thanks for using our calculator!

Part II Instructions:

Enhance the prior task by doing the following:

1) Limit the input range from -100 to 100 for each input number

2) Prevent dividing by zero (Do not use try-except)

3) Instead of hard coding values from -100 to 100, let the user enter the range

4) Make Try again? Yes / No condition

Here is what I have so far.....

print('This is my first programming assignment')

a = int(input('Enter your First number ---> '))

b = int(input('Enter your Second number ---> '))

print('The Result of',a,'+',b,'=',(a+b))

print('The Result of',a,'-',b,'=',(a-b))

print('The Result of',a,'*',b,'=',(a*b))

print('The Result of',a,'/',b,'=',(a/b))

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minRange = int(input('Enter your Lower range ---> '))

maxRange = int(input('Enter your Higher range ---> '))

if(maxRange>minRange):

a = int(input('Enter your First number ---> '))

b = int(input('Enter your Second number ---> '))

print('The Result of',a,'+',b,'=',(a+b))

print('The Result of',a,'-',b,'=',(a-b))

print('The Result of',a,'*',b,'=',(a*b))

if(b==0):

print('The Result of',a,'/',b,'= You cannot divide by Zero')

else:

print('The Result of',a,'/',b,'=',(a/b))

else:

print('Please check the numbers and try again')

print('Thanks for using our calculator')

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