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Aurora Saturday 16:30 Python Homework 20.02.08.

12 Feb Aurora Saturday 16:30 Python Homework 20.02.08.

Question 1:
You are in a bike race which goes up and down a hill. You could create two variables: uphillDistance and downhillDistance give the distance (in km) of both parts of the race. Write a program that will print out the total distance for the entire race.

Sample Input:
Uphill distance: 3
Downhill Distance: 5

Sample Output:
The total distance is 8 km


Question 2:
Write a program to help you feed your friends at a party by doing some math about square pizzas. Your program need use input to ask the side length of the square pizza in cm. The area of the pizza should be computed using the formula Area = side length * side length. Then, assuming that each person needs to eat 100 cm2 of pizza, calculate the number of people it can feed.

Sample Input:
Side length of the square pizza: 17.5

Sample Output:
3

Explanation and Hint:
If the side length is 17.5, the area will be 306.25 cm2, so 3 is the correct output, because it 3 persons need to eat 300 cm2 in total. You can get this result by using int(), for example:

people = int(306.25 / 100)

this will help you round down the result into 3

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