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13-14 Oct

posted Oct 12, 2015, 7:18 AM by Tom Culpepper   [ updated Oct 13, 2015, 9:06 AM ]
First we will learn how to use a powerful new editor for writing code.  It has just be installed on all the computers in this lab.  It has all the best features of all online programs we've used, plus a few extras!

Today we'll start on a project that is closely lined up with what the Geometry classes are doing right now.  If you are in geometry, you will have a program that will do your homework for you at the end of this.

This website will be a useful reference for the math functions in python.

Get the first file below.  You'll need to define several functions.  Use the built-in testing to check and see if yours works.  Once you're done, submit it with dropbox or show me in class.  

**Note: If you already started on this there were some slight changes.**
The comments were changed in some parts to be a little more helpful.  Also, your sqrt() function should now round to the nearest tenth, rather than the nearest hundredth.

If enough people finish early, I may go ahead and post the next part.

Tom Culpepper,
Oct 13, 2015, 9:34 AM