TORONTO KIDS COMPUTER CLUB | Summer Camp 2021 Python Homework 15:00 – week 04
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# Summer Camp 2021 Python Homework 15:00 – week 04

## 31 Jul Summer Camp 2021 Python Homework 15:00 – week 04

### Topic: Use if to make choices

Question 1:

A store is having a sale. They’re giving 10 percent off purchases of \$10 or lower, and 20 percent off purchases of greater than \$10. Write a program that asks the purchase price and displays the discount (10% or 20%) and the final price.

```Sample Input 1:
How much: 10

Sample Output 1:
You got 10% discount and your final price is \$9```

```Sample Input 2:
How much: 15.5

Sample Output 2:
You got 20% discount and your final price is \$12.4```

Question 2:

A soccer team is looking for girls from ages 10 to 12 to play on their team. Write a program to ask the user’s age and if male or female (using “m” or “f”). Display a message indicating whether the person is eligible to play on the team.

```Sample Input 1:
Age: 10
Gender: f

Sample Output 1:
Welcome to the team!```

```Sample Input 2:
Age: 10
Gender: m

Sample Output 2:
You are not allowed to play!```

`Question 3:`

Continue coding the program we did in the class, so the program will tell you whether you can pay in the zone:

 height color zone if<90 red 1 elif<105 blue 1, 2 elif <120 green 1,2,3 elif <135 yellow 1,2,3,4,5 elif <150 purple 4,5 else white 6

Please continue coding the following program:

```print('Welcome to the adventureland!')
while True: # this line means forever
height = int(input('Height:'))
if height  < 90:
color = 'red'
elif height  < 105:
color = 'blue'
elif height  < 120:
color = 'green'
elif height  < 135:
color = 'yellow'
elif height  < 150:
color = 'purple'
else:
color = 'white'

zone = int(input('Zone to play(1-6): '))
if zone == 1 and color != 'purple' and color != 'white':
print('You can play in zone 1')
# continue to code below```

### Topic: Loop

Question 1.

Write a program to print a multiplication table (a times table). At the start, it should ask the user which table to print. The output should look something like this:

Sample Input:

Which multiplication table would you like? 5

Sample Output:

5 x 1 = 5
5 x 2 = 10
5 x 3 = 15
5 x 4 = 20
5 x 5 = 25
5 x 6 = 30
5 x 7 = 35
5 x 8 = 40
5 x 9 = 45
5 x 10 = 50