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Challenge: Geometric Figure | Python if-else Statement
Conditional Statements in Python

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Conditional Statements in Python

## Conditional Statements in Python

1. Python if Statement
2. Python if-else Statement
3. Python if-elif-else Statement
4. Python Ternary Operator

# Challenge: Geometric Figure

Task

Let's write a simple program that will determine geometric figures depending on how many angles this figure has.

We have the following classification:

• angles = 0: Circle or ellipse;
• angles = 3: Triangle;
• angles = 4: Square, rectangle or rhombus;
• angles > 4: Polygon;
• in other cases: It is not a geometric figure.

Task

Let's write a simple program that will determine geometric figures depending on how many angles this figure has.

We have the following classification:

• angles = 0: Circle or ellipse;
• angles = 3: Triangle;
• angles = 4: Square, rectangle or rhombus;
• angles > 4: Polygon;
• in other cases: It is not a geometric figure.

Everything was clear?

Section 2. Chapter 3

# Challenge: Geometric Figure

Task

Let's write a simple program that will determine geometric figures depending on how many angles this figure has.

We have the following classification:

• angles = 0: Circle or ellipse;
• angles = 3: Triangle;
• angles = 4: Square, rectangle or rhombus;
• angles > 4: Polygon;
• in other cases: It is not a geometric figure.

Task

Let's write a simple program that will determine geometric figures depending on how many angles this figure has.

We have the following classification:

• angles = 0: Circle or ellipse;
• angles = 3: Triangle;
• angles = 4: Square, rectangle or rhombus;
• angles > 4: Polygon;
• in other cases: It is not a geometric figure.

Everything was clear?

Section 2. Chapter 3

# Challenge: Geometric Figure

Task

Let's write a simple program that will determine geometric figures depending on how many angles this figure has.

We have the following classification:

• angles = 0: Circle or ellipse;
• angles = 3: Triangle;
• angles = 4: Square, rectangle or rhombus;
• angles > 4: Polygon;
• in other cases: It is not a geometric figure.

Task

Let's write a simple program that will determine geometric figures depending on how many angles this figure has.

We have the following classification:

• angles = 0: Circle or ellipse;
• angles = 3: Triangle;
• angles = 4: Square, rectangle or rhombus;
• angles > 4: Polygon;
• in other cases: It is not a geometric figure.

Everything was clear?

Task

Let's write a simple program that will determine geometric figures depending on how many angles this figure has.

We have the following classification:

• angles = 0: Circle or ellipse;
• angles = 3: Triangle;
• angles = 4: Square, rectangle or rhombus;
• angles > 4: Polygon;
• in other cases: It is not a geometric figure.

Section 2. Chapter 3
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