Challenge | Loops
Introduction to Python

Course Content

Introduction to Python

## Introduction to Python

1. First Acquaintance
2. Variables and Types
3. Conditional Statements
4. Other Data Types
5. Loops
6. Functions

# Challenge

Using a `for` loop, print all the numbers from `10` to `20` (inclusive) squared (`100`, `121`, `144`, and so on). Make sure your output includes the squares of both the starting number (`100`) and the ending number (`400`).

Note

The square operator should only be applied in the `print` statement, whereas the `for` loop should just iterate from `10` to `20`.

Using a `for` loop, print all the numbers from `10` to `20` (inclusive) squared (`100`, `121`, `144`, and so on). Make sure your output includes the squares of both the starting number (`100`) and the ending number (`400`).

Note

The square operator should only be applied in the `print` statement, whereas the `for` loop should just iterate from `10` to `20`.

Everything was clear?

Section 5. Chapter 6

# Challenge

Using a `for` loop, print all the numbers from `10` to `20` (inclusive) squared (`100`, `121`, `144`, and so on). Make sure your output includes the squares of both the starting number (`100`) and the ending number (`400`).

Note

The square operator should only be applied in the `print` statement, whereas the `for` loop should just iterate from `10` to `20`.

Using a `for` loop, print all the numbers from `10` to `20` (inclusive) squared (`100`, `121`, `144`, and so on). Make sure your output includes the squares of both the starting number (`100`) and the ending number (`400`).

Note

The square operator should only be applied in the `print` statement, whereas the `for` loop should just iterate from `10` to `20`.

Everything was clear?

Section 5. Chapter 6

# Challenge

Using a `for` loop, print all the numbers from `10` to `20` (inclusive) squared (`100`, `121`, `144`, and so on). Make sure your output includes the squares of both the starting number (`100`) and the ending number (`400`).

Note

The square operator should only be applied in the `print` statement, whereas the `for` loop should just iterate from `10` to `20`.

Using a `for` loop, print all the numbers from `10` to `20` (inclusive) squared (`100`, `121`, `144`, and so on). Make sure your output includes the squares of both the starting number (`100`) and the ending number (`400`).

Note

The square operator should only be applied in the `print` statement, whereas the `for` loop should just iterate from `10` to `20`.

Everything was clear?

Using a `for` loop, print all the numbers from `10` to `20` (inclusive) squared (`100`, `121`, `144`, and so on). Make sure your output includes the squares of both the starting number (`100`) and the ending number (`400`).
The square operator should only be applied in the `print` statement, whereas the `for` loop should just iterate from `10` to `20`.