# Computer Science “Getting Started Coding with Python”

Week 4 Assignment: Getting Started Coding with Python

Instructions:

You may use www.pythontutor.com to practice your codes. You will not be able to save from here, but it is a great site for practicing your work.

You can copy the code from www.pythontutor.com and paste it into .py file or into the student submission text area.

1.   Create a comment block with the following information:

Course Name, Section (example: ENTD200 B002 Spr18)

Instructor name

Week  #

Date completed

2.  Problem 1: Create a Python program to solve a simple payroll calculation. Calculate the amount of pay,  given hours worked, and hourly rate. (The formula to calculate payroll is pay = hourly rate * hours worked.) Display hourly rate, hours worked, and pay.

Problem 2: Create a Python program to calculate the average miles per gallon obtained on a trip. Input the amount of gas used and the number of miles driven. (The formula to calculate miles per gallon is miles per gallon = number of miles driven / amount of gas used. ) Display gas used, miles driven and MPG.   Use  your own values to test the.  You can hard code the values or you can use the input() function. See lesson 3 for sample code.

Assignment Rubric:

Assessment Rubric

Accomplished

Developing

Beginning

Points Available

Points Earned

Assignment details in a comment block.

Create a comment block with the following information:

Course Name, Section (example: ENTD200 B002 Spr18)

Instructor name

Week  #

Date completed

Student effectively completed the assignment.

Student partially completed the assignment.

Student failed to complete the assignment.

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10

10

Logic and print function used to correctly print the solution to Problem 1:

Create a Python program to solve a simple payroll calculation. Calculate the amount of pay, given hours worked, and hourly rate. (The formula to calculate payroll is pay = hourly rate * hours worked.) Display hourly rate, hours worked, and pay.

Student effectively completed the assignment.

Student partially completed the assignment.

Student failed to complete the assignment.

40

40

Logic and print function used to correctly print the solution to Problem 2:

Create a Python program to calculate the average miles per gallon obtained on a trip. Input the amount of gas used and the number of miles driven. (The formula to calculate miles per gallon is miles per gallon = number of miles driven / amount of gas used. ) Display gas used, miles driven and MPG.

Student effectively completed the assignment.

Student partially completed the assignment.

Student failed to complete the assignment.

40

40

Student effectively completed the assignment.

Student partially completed the assignment.

Student failed to complete the assignment.

10

10

Total

100

100

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