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What are the values of the following Python expressions?

 2**(3**2)
 (2**3)**2
 2**3**2

 

Course Name: Python

  • 1]

    64, 512, 64

  • 2]

    512, 512, 512

  • 3]

    512, 64, 512

  • 4]

    64, 64, 64

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1
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The one’s complement of 110010101 is:

  • 1]

    001101010

  • 2]

    110010100

  • 3]

    110010101

  • 4]

    001101011

Solution
2
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Which of the following will run without errors?

  • 1]

    round(45.8)

  • 2]

    round(7463.123,2,1)

  • 3]

    round()

  • 4]

    round(6352.898,2,5)

Solution
3
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Which is the correct operator for power(xy)?

  • 1]

    X^y

  • 2]

    X**y

  • 3]

    X^^y

  • 4]

    None of the mentioned

Solution
4
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What is the average value of the following Python code snippet?

>>>grade1 = 80
>>>grade2 = 90
>>>average = (grade1 + grade2) / 2

 

  • 1]

    85.0

  • 2]

    85.1

  • 3]

    95.0

  • 4]

    95.1

Solution
5
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Which of these in not a core data type?

  • 1]

    Lists

  • 2]

    Dictionary

  • 3]

    Tuples

  • 4]

    Class

Solution
6
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Which one of the following has the same precedence level?

  • 1]

    Addition and Subtraction

  • 2]

    Multiplication, Division and Addition

  • 3]

    Multiplication, Division, Addition and Subtraction

  • 4]

    Addition and Multiplication

Solution
7
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The expression Int(x) implies that the variable x is converted to integer.

  • 1]

    True

  • 2]

    False

Solution
8
Discuss

Mathematical operations can be performed on a string.

  • 1]

    True

  • 2]

    False

Solution
9
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What is the output of this expression, 3*1**3?

  • 1]

    23

  • 2]

    13

  • 3]

    1

  • 4]

    3

Solution
10
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The following is displayed by a print function call. Select all of the function calls that result in this output.

tom
dick
harry

 

  • 1]

    print(”’tomdickharry”’)

  • 2]
    print('''tom
    \ndick
    \nharry''')
  • 3]
    print('tom
    dick
    harry')
  • 4]

    print(‘tom\ndick\nharry’)

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