Is This Course Feeling Too Easy?

Dive into real world practice with our application focused course

Great job! Python excels at crunching numbers. The syntax is simple: use `+`

for addition, `-`

for subtraction, `*`

for multiplication, and `/`

for division. Remember to use the `print()`

function if you want to display the result. Unlike strings, mathematical expressions don't require quotation marks (`"..."`

or `'...'`

).

For instance, let's tackle some basic math:

# Task

Here's your assignment: compute the following and print the outcomes:

`2580`

added to`198`

.`23`

times`42`

.`1512`

divided by`27`

.

Everything was clear?

Course Content

# Introduction to Python

3. Conditional Statements

Introduction to Python

Is This Course Feeling Too Easy?

Dive into real world practice with our application focused course

Great job! Python excels at crunching numbers. The syntax is simple: use `+`

for addition, `-`

for subtraction, `*`

for multiplication, and `/`

for division. Remember to use the `print()`

function if you want to display the result. Unlike strings, mathematical expressions don't require quotation marks (`"..."`

or `'...'`

).

For instance, let's tackle some basic math:

# Task

Here's your assignment: compute the following and print the outcomes:

`2580`

added to`198`

.`23`

times`42`

.`1512`

divided by`27`

.

Everything was clear?