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Challenge 1: Check Parity of a Number

Answer:

def checkParity(n):
  result = (n % 2) ## Update result according to the parity
  return result

Challenge 2: Find Values Within a Range

Answer:

def inRange(x, y):
  return (x < 1/3 < y)

Challenge 3: String Transformation

Answer:

def getStr(s):
  s=s[:1] + s[0] + s[1:]# Transform the string 
  s=s[:1] + s[0] + s[1:]
  s=s[:3] + s[3] + s[3:]
  s=s[:3] + s[3] + s[3:]
  s=s[:6] + s[6] + s[6:]
  s=s[:6] + s[6] + s[6:]
  # Update the length of string
  strlen = len(s)
  return [s, strlen]

Challenge 4: Find Index of a Specific Value in a String

Answer:

def findOccurence(s):
  a = s.find("b") # find first occurrence of "b" in the string 
  b = s.find("ccc") # find first occurence  of "ccc" in the string
  return [a, b]

Challenge 5: Lowercase to Uppercase

Answer:

def changeCase(s):
  a=s.upper()    ### convert string to "AAA BBB CCC"
  b=s.lower()    ### convert string to "aaa bbb ccc"
  return [a, b]

Quiz 1: Basic Data Types

Q1. What is the output of the following code

print("Hello World" + "Hello World" + "Hello World" * 2)

  • Hello WorldHello WorldHello WorldHello World
  • Hello WorldHello WorldHello World
  • Hello WorldHello WorldHello WorldHello WorldHello World
  • Hello WorldHello WorldHello World

Q2. How can you calculate the length of a string str in python?

  • str.length()
  • len.str()
  • len(str)
  • str.len()

Challenge 6: Sublist of a List

Answer:

def getSubList():
  l = [1, 4, 9, 10, 23]
  l1 = l[0:3]
  l2 = l[3:]
  return [l1, l2]

Challenge 7: Appending Value to the End of a List

Answer:

def AppendtoList():
  l = [1, 4, 9, 10, 23] 
  l.append(90)
  return l

Challenge 8: Averaging Values in a List

Answer:

def getAverage():
  l1 = [1, 4, 9, 10, 23]
  avg = sum(l1) / len(l1)  
  return avg

Challenge 9: Remove Sublist From List

Answer:

def removeList():
  l1 = [1, 4, 9, 10, 23]
  l2 = [4, 9]
  l1.remove(l2[0])
  l1.remove(l2[1])
  return l1

l1 = removeList()
print(l1)

Challenge 10: List of Squares

Answer:

def getSquare():
  l1 = [x*x for x in range(1, 11)]
  return l1

Challenge 11: List of Cubes

Answer:

def getCube():
  l1 = [x*x*x for x in range(1, 21)]
  return l1

Challenge 12: Lists of Even and Odd Numbers

Answer:

def ListofEvenOdds():
  l1 = []
  l2 = []  
  l1 = [x for x in range(0,21) if (x%2==0)]
  l2 = [x for x in range(0,21) if (x%2!=0)]
  return[l1, l2]

print(ListofEvenOdds())

Challenge 13: Sum of Squares of Even Numbers

Answer:

def evenSquareSum():
  even = [ x * x for x in range(0,21) if x % 2 == 0]
  return sum(even)

Challenge 14: Even Squares Not Divisible By Three

Answer:

def getSquare():
  l1 = [x * x for x in range(0, 21, 2) if x % 3 != 0]
  return l1

Quiz 2: Lists

Q1. What should be the output of the following code?

print([5,6,7] + [8,9,10])

  • [13,15,17]
  • [5,6,7,8,9,10]

Q2. Given the list. How can you add an item “baseball” in the list?

list = [“basketball”, “cricket”, “badminton”]

  • list.append(“baseball”)
  • list.insert(“baseball”)

Q3. What is the output of the following code?

S = [x**2 for x in range(10)]
print(S)
  • [0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]
  • [0, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512]

Q4. What is the output of the following code?

list = [n**2 for n in range(10) if n % 2 == 0]
print(list)
  • [0, 4, 8, 16, 32]
  • [0, 4, 16, 36, 64]

Challenge 15: Greatest Common Divisor

Answer:

import math 
def findGCD(a, b): ## Alter the declaration to get the function to take two input arguments
  return math.gcd(a, b)

Challenge 16: Calculate Sine, Cosine, and Tangent of User Input

Answer:

import math
def calculateSinCosTan(x):
  sine = math.sin(x)
  cos = math.cos(x)
  tan = math.tan(x)
  return [sine, cos, tan]

Challenge 17: Compute & Return Maximum

Answer:

def findMaximum(x,y):
  max2 = max(x, y) #create a variable max2 
  return max2 #returns the maximum of two numbers x and y

Challenge 18: Check If a Number Is Divisible by Another

Answer:

def isDivisble(x, y):
  if  x % y == 0:
    return True
  else :
    return False

Challenge 19: Compute nth Fibonacci Number

Answer:

def fibonacci(n):
  if n <= 1:
       return n
  else:
       return(fibonacci(n-1) + fibonacci(n-2))

Challenge 20: Compute Sum of First ‘n’ Natural Numbers

Answer:

def sum_N_Numbers (n):
  if n <= 1:
    return n
  else:
    return n + sum_N_Numbers (n-1)

Quiz 3: Modules and Functions

Q1. What is the output of the following function?

def function(fruit = "Orange"):
  print("I like " + fruit)

function("Banana")
function("Peach")
function()
function("Mango") 
  • Option 1
I like Banana
I like Peach
I like Orange
I like Mango
  • Option 2
I like Banana
I like Peach
I like Peach
I like Mango
  • Option 3
I like Banana
I like Peach
I like Mango

Q2. What is the output of the following function?

def function(x):
  return 5 +x

print(function(2))
print(function(4))
print(function(6)) 
  • Option 1
7
9
11
  • Option 2
5
5
5

Q3. What is the output of the following code?

def recursion(k):
  if(k>0):
    result = k+recursion(k-1)
  else:
    result = 0
  return result

print(recursion(2))
  • 1
  • 3

Challenge 21: Sum Elements of a List

Answer:

def sumList(l):
    sum = 0
    for x in l:
        sum += x
    return sum

Challenge 22: Find Maximum in a List (Challenge 1)

Answer:

def findMaximum(list):
    maximum = list[0]
    for number in list:
      if number > maximum:
          maximum = number
    return maximum

Challenge 23: Find Maximum in a List (Challenge 2)

Answer:

def findMaximumValueIndex(list):
    maximum = list[0]
    index = 0
    for i, value in enumerate(list):
        if value > maximum:
          maximum = value 
          index = i
    return [index, maximum]

Challenge 24: Reverse a List

Answer:

def reverse(list):
    length = len(list)
    s = length

    new_list = [None]*length

    for item in list:
        s = s - 1
        new_list[s] = item
    return new_list

Challenge 25: Check If List Is Sorted

Answer:

def isSorted(list):
  flag = 0
  i = 1
  while i < len(list): 
      if(list[i] < list[i - 1]): # compare with the previous element
          flag = 1
      i += 1
      
  if (not flag) : 
      return True 
  else : 
      return False 

Challenge 26: Find Duplicates in a List

Answer:

def hasDuplicates(list):
  flag = 0
  for i in range (len(list)):
     for j in range (i + 1, len(list)):
         if (list[i] == list[j]):
             flag = 1
  if (flag == 1): 
     return True
  else:
     return False

Challenge 27: Print Even/Odd Numbers in Descending Order

Answer:

def printEvenOdd(n):
  while(n>0):
    if (n%2==0):
      print ("Even number:",n)
    else:
      print ("Odd number:",n)
    n=n-1 

Quiz 4: Iteration & Loops

Q1. What is the output of the following code?

for a in "Python":
  print (a)
  • Python
  • P
    y
    t
    h
    o
    n

Q2. What is the output of the following code?

Languages = ["Python", "Java", "R"]
for x in Languages:
  if x == "Java":
    break
  print(x) 
  • Python Java R
  • Python Java
  • Python

Q3. What is the output of the following code?

i = 1
while i < 7:
  print(i)
  if (i == 3):
    break
  i += 1
  • Option 1
1
2
3
  • Option 2
1
2
3
4
5
6

Q4. What is the output of the following code?

i = 1
while i <= 7:
  i += 1
  if (i == 3):
    continue
  print(i)
  • Option 1
1
2
3
  • Option 2
2
4
5
6
7
8

Challenge 28: Determine Size of a Dictionary

Answer:

def lengthDictionary(Students):
  return len(Students)

Challenge 29: Average of Values of Keys in a Dictionary

Answer:

def calculateAvg(ages):
  length = len(ages)
  return(sum(ages.values()) / length)

Challenge 30: Return Key With Maximum Value

Answer:

def oldestStudent(ages):
  value = list(ages.values())
  key = list(ages.keys())
  return key[value.index (max(value))]

Challenge 31: Increment Dictionary Values

Answer:

def updateAges(ages, n):
  new_ages = {}
  for word in ages:
    new_ages[word] = ages[word] + n
  return new_ages

Challenge 32: Size of a Dictionary Within a Dictionary

Answer:

def totalStudents(students):
  return(len(students.keys()))

Challenge 33: Average Values Within Multiple Dictionaries

Answer:

def calculateAverageAge(students):
  result = {}
  add_age = 0
  for thing in students.values():
      age = thing['age']
      add_age = add_age + age
    
  return(add_age / len(students.keys()))    
   

Challenge 34: Keys Matching in Multiple Dictionaries

Answer:

def find_students(address, students):
  names = []
  for key, subdict in students.items():
       for sublist in subdict.values():
          if (sublist == address):
             names.append(key)
              
  return sorted(names)

Quiz 5: Dictionaries

Q1. What is the output of the following code?

Dict = { 'Dict1': {'Fruitname': 'Mango', 'season': 'Summer'}, 
         'Dict2': {'Fruitname': 'Orange', 'season': 'Winter'}}
print(Dict['Dict1']['Fruitname'])
print(Dict['Dict2']['season'])  
  • Mango
    Winter
  • Orange
    Winter

Q2. What is the output of the following code?

Dict1 = {
  "FruitName": "Mango",
  "season": "Spring",
}
Dict1["season"] = "Summer"
print(sorted(Dict1.values()))
  • [‘Mango’, ‘Summer’]
  • [‘Mango’, ‘Spring’]

Q3. What is the output of the following code?

Dict1 = {
  "FruitName": "Mango",
  "season": "Spring",
}
Dict1.pop("season")
print(Dict1.values())
  • dict_values([‘Mango’])
  • dict_values([‘Spring’, ‘Mango’])

Q4. What is the output of the following code?

Dict1 = {
  "FruitName": "Mango",
  "season": "Spring",
}
Dict1.clear()
print(Dict1)
  • {}
  • [‘Mango’,‘Spring’]

Challenge 35: Implement a Rectangle Class

Answer:

class Rectangle:
  def __init__(self, x1, y1, x2, y2): # class constructor
    if x1 < x2 and y1 > y2:
      self.x1 = x1 # class variable
      self.y1 = y1 # class variable
      self.x2 = x2 # class variable
      self.y2 = y2 # class variable
    else:
      print("Incorrect coordinates of the rectangle!")

Challenge 36: Implement Getter Methods

Answer:

class Rectangle:
  def __init__(self, x1, y1, x2, y2): # class constructor
    if x1 < x2 and y1 > y2:
      self.x1 = x1 # class variable
      self.y1 = y1 # class variable
      self.x2 = x2 # class variable
      self.y2 = y2 # class variable
    else:
      print("Incorrect coordinates of the rectangle!")
        
  def width(self):
    return self.x2 - self.x1
      
  def height(self):
    return self.y1 - self.y2

Challenge 37: Implement Area and Perimeter Member Methods

Answer:

class Rectangle:
  def __init__(self, x1, y1, x2, y2): # class constructor
    if x1<x2 and y1>y2:
      self.x1 = x1 # class variable
      self.y1 = y1 # class variable
      self.x2 = x2 # class variable
      self.y2 = y2 # class variable
    else:
      print("Incorrect coordinates of the rectangle!")
        
  def width(self):
    return self.x2-self.x1
      
  def height(self):
    return self.y1-self.y2
  
  def area(self):
    return self.width()*self.height()
  
  def perimeter(self):
    return 2*self.width()+2*self.height()

Challenge 38: Implement a Print Method

Answer:

class Rectangle:
  def __init__(self, x1, y1, x2, y2): # class constructor
    self.x1 = x1 # class variable
    self.y1 = y1 # class variable
    self.x2 = x2 # class variable
    self.y2 = y2 # class variable        
  def __str__(self):
    return(str(self.x1)+', '+str(self.y1)+', '+str(self.x2)+', '+str(self.y2))
  #write your code here

Challenge 39: Inheritance

Answer:

class Rectangle:
  def __init__(self, x1, y1, x2, y2): # class constructor
    self.x1 = x1 # class variable
    self.y1 = y1 # class variable
    self.x2 = x2 # class variable
    self.y2 = y2 # class variable
        
  def width(self):
    return self.x2 - self.x1
      
  def height(self):
    return self.y2 - self.y1
  
  def area(self):
    return self.width() * self.height()
  
class Square(Rectangle):
  def __init__(self, x1, y1, length):
    x2 = x1 + length
    y2 = y1 + length
    super().__init__(x1, y1, x2, y2)

Quiz 6: Classes

Q1. In Python __init__ is

  • the method associated with extending a list with another list
  • the name of the constructor method for a class

Q2. With the following code, which of the options is true?

class Person:
  def __init__(self, fname, lname):
    self.firstname = fname
    self.lastname = lname

  def printname(self):
    print(self.firstname, self.lastname)

class Student(Person):
  def __init__(self, fname, lname, year):
    super().__init__(fname, lname)
    self.batch= year

x = Student("Alex", "Vice", 2019)
x = Student("Anna", "Bate", 2018)
print(x.batch)
  • 2019
  • 2018

Challenge 40: Return Even Numbers From 1 to n

Answer:

class MyRange:
  def __init__(self, n):
    self.n = n

  def __iter__(self):
    return self

  def next(self):
    evenArray = [] # next method returns this list
    for i in range(1, self.n+1):
      if i % 2 is 0: # checks if number is even
        value = i
        evenArray.append(i) # adds the even number to the list
      else: # number was odd
        i+=1
    return evenArray
    
myrange = MyRange(8)
print (myrange.next())

Challenge 41: Return Numbers From n Down to 0

Answer:

class MyRange:
  def __init__(self, n):
    self.n = n

  def __iter__(self):
    return self

  def next(self):
    myArray = []
    for i in range(self.n, -1, -1): # from n to 0
      myArray.append(i) # adds the even number to the list
    return myArray

Challenge 42: Return Sequence of Fibonacci Numbers

Answer:

class MyRange:
  def __init__(self, n):
    self.n = n

  def __iter__(self):
    return self

  def next(self):
    myArray = []
    for i in range(self.n): # from n to 0
      if i == 0 or i == 1:
        myArray.append(i) # adds the even number to the list
      else:
        myArray.append(myArray[i-2]+myArray[i-1])
    return myArray
  
myrange = MyRange(8)
print(myrange.next())

Challenge 43: Yield Odd Numbers From 1 to n

Answer:

def odd(n):
  for value in range(n + 1):
    if value % 2 is not 0:
      yield value

Challenge 44: Yield Numbers From n Down to 0

Answer:

def reverse(n):
  for value in range(n, -1, -1):
    yield value

Challenge 45: Yield Fibonacci Sequence From 1st to Nth Number

Answer:

def fibonacci(n):
  myArray = []
  for i in range(n):
    if i is 0 or i is 1:
      myArray.append(i)
      yield i
    else:
      x = myArray[i-2] + myArray[i-1]
      myArray.append(x)
      yield x

Quiz 7: Asynchronous Programming

Q1. Which of the following statements allow you to execute an asynchronous function myPrint(x) once?

  • Option 1
import asyncio
async def myPrint(x):
  print(x)
  await asyncio.sleep(1) 
  return

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
results = loop.run_until_complete(myPrint(1))
loop.close()
  • Option 2
import asyncio
async def myPrint(x):
  print(x)
  await asyncio.sleep(1) 
  return

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
results = loop.run_until_complete(asyncio.gather(myPrint(1))
                                                 myPrint(2))
loop.close()

Q2. Which of the following statements allow you to execute an asynchronous function myPrint(x) multiple times?

  • Option 1
import asyncio
async def myPrint(x):
  print(x)
  await asyncio.sleep(1) 
  return

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
results = loop.run_until_complete(myPrint(1))
loop.close()
  • Option 2
import asyncio
async def myPrint(x):
  print(x)
  await asyncio.sleep(1) 
  return

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
results = loop.run_until_complete(asyncio.gather(myPrint(1), myPrint(2)))
loop.close()
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