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Trace by hand the execution of the following program, by completing the trace table

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While coding solutions for the problems given below, keep in mind that on the quizzes/tests/exams you will also be marked on the following:

o efficient solution of the problem. A given problem can be solved in number of different ways, but the best solution is the one that is efficient; i.e., the one that uses the right concepts in a very productive way.

o including sufficient descriptive comments in your program. The person looking at your code should be able to understand how your code is solving the given problem even if the person reading your Python program does not know the Python language. In addition, the reader of your program should be able to understand what each variable represents.

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Practicing these rules will build a good foundation for programming.

This assignment is based on Chapter 4 of the text, excluding the graphics components from the chapter. Please use concepts from Chapters 1 – 4, including the following concepts:

o counter-controlled repetition structures using

for loop with range function

while loop with conditional expressions that use the concept of a counter

 

o condition-controlled repetition structures using a while loop with conditional expressions that use the concepts of flags/sentinel values

o conditional expressions that could be

simple relational expressions

compound logical expressions

o nested repetition structures

o IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE the break (text page 138) or continue statements even though these are valid Python statements.

Please use only the concepts/structures/functions, etc. that we cover in the course. Using advanced concepts/structures/functions that we do not cover in the course may cause you to lose marks since each assignment/problem is testing that you understand specific concepts.

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With this understanding please complete the following questions:

 

Question 1 (a) – (this question will not be graded)

Trace (by hand) the execution of the following program, by completing the trace table below, for any lines of code that are labelled with line numbers. The first line has already been filled in for you. Use the following input values (in this order, some inputs may not need to be used): 9 8 27 10 15

 

LIMIT = 3 #LINE 1

yes = 0 #LINE 2

no = 0 #LINE 3

for i in range(LIMIT, 0, -1): #LINE 4 isIt = int(input("Enter the input value: ")) #LINE 5 if isIt % LIMIT == 0: #LINE 6 yes += 1 #LINE 7

else:

no += 1 #LINE 8

print("Number of yes:", yes) #LINE 9

print("Number of no:", no) #LINE 10

 

 

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