Introduction to Programming using Python 1st Edition

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ISBN 10: 0132747189
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Chapter 4 - Selections - Section 4.10 - Case Study: Computing Taxes - Check Point - MyProgrammingLab - Page 110: 4.18


No, it is not equivalent.

Work Step by Step

No, it is not equivalent as in Part 1 -if income <=10000: This will also become the part of the elif statement because any number that is lesser then 20000 is considered to be in the same condition in the second block.
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