Introduction to Programming using Python 1st Edition

Published by Pearson
ISBN 10: 0132747189
ISBN 13: 978-0-13274-718-9

Chapter 2 - Elementary Programming - Section 2.2 - Writing a Simple Program - Check Point - MyProgrammingLab - Page 34: 2.2



Work Step by Step

Step 1: Use a variable named miles with initial value 100. Step 2: Multiply miles by 1.609 and assign it to a variable named kilometers. Step 3: Display the value of kilometers---the following code will be generated: $miles=100$ $Kilometers=miles*1.609$ $print(Kilometers)$ -The output will be 160.9
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