Lab TWO-01Problem Statement: 3.2.1.14 LAB: Essentials of the while loop


 

  • Lab TWO-01Problem Statement:
    • 3.2.1.14 LAB: Essentials of the while loop
    • ================================================================================================Submit your Python solution  (as explained below).
      Your lab will be graded on whether it’s been set up as a complete and workable solution.

      For your solution to be complete, your program must be able to

    • Set up code to do the following:
      • prompt the user for the input data asked for (as explained above within the Input Data section)
      • Set up the processing section, using a loop
      • Display output
    • compile (ie, no syntax error(s))
    • run (ie, no run-time error(s))
    • For your solution to be workable,
    • Your solution should be free of any type of errors (syntax, run-time, logic)
    • you may want to develop an algorithm first, using pseudocode
    • you do NOT need to turn in any algorithm
    • ==========================================================================================================================Grading rubric:
      • You’ll receive full credit, if 
        • your program
          • compiles and runs with no problems 
          • produces the expected output
      • You’ll receive partial credit, if 
        • your program
          • compiles and runs with no problems 
          • produces partial output (that is, incomplete output)
    • You’ll receive 25% of the points, if your program will not compile
    • You’ll receive 30% of the points, if your program compiles but has a run-time problem
    • You’ll receive 40% of the points, if your program produces logic error(s) =========================================================================================================================What to submit:
      • Your Python solution as a text file
      • A screenshot of a run of your program, showing the output
    • How to submit:
    1. Save your Python program (Lab TWO-01) as a text file to your computer
    2. Save a screenshot of a run of your program, showing the output
    3. Click on the above link: Lab TWO-01
    4. Locate your Python program (Lab TWO-01 file) on your computer
    5. Locate your screenshot of the run of your program
    6. upload (that is, attach) BOTH files, under #4 and #5, to Blackboard
    7. Click on SUBMIT
    8. NOTE: You can make your submission just ONCE.  So, before making your submission, ensure that it does not need any additional editing/revisions.=====================================================================================================
  • AssignmentLab TWO-02Problem Statement:
    • 3.2.1.15 LAB: Collatz’s hypothesis
    • ================================================================================================Submit your Python solution through Blackboard (as explained below).
      Your lab will be graded on whether it’s been set up as a complete and workable solution.

      For your solution to be complete, your program must be able to

    • Set up code to do the following:
      • prompt the user for the input data asked for (as explained above within the Input Data section)
      • Set up the processing section, using a loop
      • Display output
    • compile (ie, no syntax error(s))
    • run (ie, no run-time error(s))
    • For your solution to be workable,
    • Your solution should be free of any type of errors (syntax, run-time, logic)
    • you may want to develop an algorithm first, using pseudocode
    • you do NOT need to turn in any algorithm
    • ==========================================================================================================================Grading rubric:
      • You’ll receive full credit, if 
        • your program
          • compiles and runs with no problems 
          • produces the expected output
      • You’ll receive partial credit, if 
        • your program
          • compiles and runs with no problems 
          • produces partial output (that is, incomplete output)
    • You’ll receive 25% of the points, if your program will not compile
    • You’ll receive 30% of the points, if your program compiles but has a run-time problem
    • You’ll receive 40% of the points, if your program produces logic error(s)
    • Due Date: Any time on or before Monday, September 13, 2021.==========================================================================================================================What to submit:
      • Your Python solution as a text file
      • A screenshot of a run of your program, showing the output
    • How to submit:
    1. Save your Python program (Lab TWO-01) as a text file to your computer
    2. Save a screenshot of a run of your program, showing the output
    3. Click on the above link: Lab TWO-01
    4. Locate your Python program (Lab TWO-01 file) on your computer
    5. Locate your screenshot of the run of your program
    6. upload (that is, attach) BOTH files, under #4 and #5, to Blackboard
    7. Click on SUBMIT
    8. NOTE: You can make your submission just ONCE.  So, before making your submission, ensure that it does n.=====================================================================================================
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