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Aurora Saturday 14:30 Python Homework 11.02.

06 Nov Aurora Saturday 14:30 Python Homework 11.02.

Question 1:(please use function that return a value)

Write a program to display information to a driver based on his/her speed according to the following table:

km/h over the limit Fine
1 to 20 $100
21 to 30 $270
31 or above $500

Sample Input 1:
Enter the speed limit: 40
Enter the recorded speed of the car: 39

Sample output 1:
Congratulations, you are within the speed limit!


Sample Input 2:

Enter the speed limit: 100
Enter the recorded speed of the car: 131

Sample output 2:

You are speeding and your fine is $500


Question 2:(please use function that return a value)

You know a family with three children. Their ages form an arithmetic sequence: the difference in ages between the middle child and youngest child is the same as the difference in ages between the oldest child and the middle child. For example, their ages could be 5, 10 and 15, since both adjacent pairs have a difference of 5 years.

Given the ages of the youngest and middle children, what is the age of the oldest child?

The input consists of two integers, each on a separate line. The first line is the age Y of the youngest child. The second line is the age M of the middle child . The output will be the age of the oldest child.


Sample Input 1:

Age Y: 12
Age M: 15

Sample output 1:

Age O: 18


Sample Input 2:

Age Y: 10
AgeM: 10

Sample output 2:

Age O: 10

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