name. Once a value is entered, the program will print the greeting message with the input value.
Data Types in Python
There are three main data types in Python: numbers, strings, and booleans.
Numbers - This includes integers and floating-point numbers.
Strings - This includes textual data.
Booleans - This includes True and False values.
Converting Data Types in Python
Python has several built-in functions for converting the types of our variables. For example, we have the int() function for converting a value to an integer:
birth_year = "1982"age = 2020 - int(birth_year)print("You are " + str(age) + " years old.")
In the above example, we use the int() function to convert the birth_year string to an integer so we can subtract it from the current year.
We also have the float() function for converting a value to a float:
num = "10.5"float_num = float(num)print(float_num)
In the above example, we use the float() function to convert the num string to a floating point number.
For this assignment, you will create a multimedia presentation about fast food. To do this, first, you will create a research plan that includes an initial research question. Then you will conduct the iterative research process, which may include refining your research question and/or creating secondary questions based on the information you discover. After you have completed your multimedia presentation, you will answer five questions to reflect on the process and describe your experience.
A lab cart is moving on a straight horizontal frictionless track. The above graph of velocity versus time for the cart is given above. During some intervals a force is applied to the cart. Assume the cart has a mass of 0.5 kg. Rank the magnitude of the applied force for each of the following intervals.