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# Aurora Saturday 18:30

## 11 DecAurora Saturday 18:30 Python Homework 12.07.

Problem DescriptionSuppose we have a number like 12. Let’s define shifting a number to mean adding a zero at the end. For example, if we shift that number once, we get the number 120. If we shift the number again we get the number 1200....

## 25 NovAurora Saturday 18:30 Python Homework 11.23.

Problem DescriptionWe have learn how to use stack to solve some problems and how to convert decimal number into binary number: Please write the program to convert a given decimal number into a binary number by using the following steps for python coding solutions: takes an argument...

## 20 NovAurora Saturday 18:30 Python Homework 11.16.

Problem DescriptionAnna and Jack are playing a game. Each player starts with 100 points. The game uses standard six-sided dice and is played in rounds. During one round, each player rolls one die. The player with the lower roll loses the number of points shown on...

## 10 NovAurora Saturday 18:30 Python Homework 11.09.

Question 1:We was talking about stacks in the class, would you please modify the Stack class so the top of the stack would be the front of the list instead of the end of the list. Question 2:Jack is trying to invent some new words from...

## 06 NovAurora Saturday 18:30 Python Homework 11.02.

Problem DescriptionKen is working for the secret agency. He is going to send a secret message that encodes UPPERCASE words by shifting their letters forward. Shifting a letter by S positions means to go forward S letters in the alphabet. For example, shifting B by S...

## 29 OctAurora Saturday 18:30 Python Homework 10.26.

Question 1: Problem DescriptionYou might be surprised to know that 2013 is the first year since 1987 with distinct digits. The years 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 each have distinct digits. 2012 does not have distinct digits, since the digit 2 is repeated. Given a year,...

## 23 OctAurora Saturday 18:30 Python Homework 10.19.

Question 1: Create a dictionary variable personalInfo. The keys will be the information to be filled, such as: name, age, address, etc. The values is the personal detailed info, such as: Kevin, 19, 123 King St, etc. Question 2: From the dictionary created above, make two lists (make...