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Data Types in Python

# Time Calculation

The task description remains unchanged. I will recap it for your reference and introduce two additional questions.

Imagine that you are a school student and have to solve `10` math tasks. You have noticed that the average time to deal with the task is `7` minutes; however, you have `60` minutes.

1. Calculate how many tasks you did not complete and assign the result to the variable `remaining_tasks`.
2. Calculate how many minutes you would need to complete `10` tasks if you were to spend `7` minutes on each of them, and assign the result to the variable `required_time`.

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Section 1. Chapter 6

# Time Calculation

Imagine that you are a school student and have to solve `10` math tasks. You have noticed that the average time to deal with the task is `7` minutes; however, you have `60` minutes.
1. Calculate how many tasks you did not complete and assign the result to the variable `remaining_tasks`.
2. Calculate how many minutes you would need to complete `10` tasks if you were to spend `7` minutes on each of them, and assign the result to the variable `required_time`.