Introduction to Programming using Python 1st Edition

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

Chapter 6 - Functions - Programming Exercises - Page 203: 6.1

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Write a test program that uses this function to display the first 100 pentagonal numbers with 10 numbers on each line. $Code:$ def getPentagonalNumber(n): $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ return (n*(3*n-1))/2 print("The first 100 pentagonal numbers are:") for i in range(1,101): $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ print("{}".format(getPentagonalNumber(i))) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ if i%10==0: $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ print("\n") $Output:$ The first 100 pentagonal numbers are: 1.0 5.0 12.0 22.0 35.0 51.0 70.0 92.0 117.0 145.0 176.0 210.0 247.0 287.0 330.0 376.0 425.0 477.0 532.0 590.0 651.0 715.0 782.0 852.0 925.0 1001.0 1080.0 1162.0 1247.0 1335.0 1426.0 1520.0 1617.0 1717.0 1820.0 1926.0 2035.0 2147.0 2262.0 2380.0 2501.0 2625.0 2752.0 2882.0 3015.0 3151.0 3290.0 3432.0 3577.0 3725.0 3876.0 4030.0 4187.0 4347.0 4510.0 4676.0 4845.0 5017.0 5192.0 5370.0 5551.0 5735.0 5922.0 6112.0 6305.0 6501.0 6700.0 6902.0 7107.0 7315.0 7526.0 7740.0 7957.0 8177.0 8400.0 8626.0 8855.0 9087.0 9322.0 9560.0 9801.0 10045.0 10292.0 10542.0 10795.0 11051.0 11310.0 11572.0 11837.0 12105.0 12376.0 12650.0 12927.0 13207.0 13490.0 13776.0 14065.0 14357.0 14652.0 14950.0 Compiler code is below
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