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  1. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com

  2. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 All DQs To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39486-CYB-130-All-DQs CYB 130 Week 1 Discussion zyBooks Reflection CYB 130 Week 2 Discussion Code Structure CYB 130 Week 3 Discussion Loop Statements CYB 130 Week 4 Discussion Containers

  3. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 All Lab Work To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39628-CYB-130-All-Lab-Work CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.30 Driving costs CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.16 Input Welcome message CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.32 Using math functions CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.31 Expression for calories burned during workout CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.29 Divide by x

  4. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 1 Discussion zyBooks Reflection To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39469-CYB-130-Week-1-Discussion-zyBooks-Reflection Wk 2 Apply Malware Attacks Assignment Content Playbooks, sometimes known as Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) or runbooks, are used for troubleshooting common issues. They are often created by a team of employees who are trained to manage security issues. Playbooks often include bulleted lists, step-by-step instructions, and/or diagrams: all of which make it easy to follow troubleshooting instructions.

  5. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.14 Formatted output Hello World! To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39600-CYB-130-Week-1-Python-LAB-2-14-Formatted-output-Hello-World CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.14 Formatted output Hello World! Write a program that outputs "Hello World!" For ALL labs, end with newline (unless otherwise stated).

  6. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.15 Formatted output No parking sign To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39599-CYB-130-Week-1-Python-LAB-2-15-Formatted-output-No-parking-sign CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.15 Formatted output No parking sign Write a program that prints a formatted "No parking" sign as shown below. Note the first line has two leading spaces. For ALL labs, end with newline (unless otherwise stated). NO PARKING 200 - 600 a.m. .

  7. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.16 Input Welcome message To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39595-CYB-130-Week-1-Python-LAB-2-16-Input-Welcome-message CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.16 Input Welcome message Write a program that takes a first name as the input, and outputs a welcome message to that name. Ex If the input is Pat, the output is Hello Pat and welcome to CS Online!

  8. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.29 Divide by x To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39598-CYB-130-Week-1-Python-LAB-2-29-Divide-by-x CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.29 Divide by x Write a program using integers user_num and x as input, and output user_num divided by x three times. Ex If the input is 2000 2 Then the output is 1000 500 250 Note In Python 3, integer division discards fractions. Ex 6 // 4 is 1 (the 0.5 is discarded).

  9. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.30 Driving costs To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39594-CYB-130-Week-1-Python-LAB-2-30-Driving-costs CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.30 Driving costs Driving is expensive. Write a program with a car's miles/gallon and gas dollars/gallon (both floats) as input, and output the gas cost for 20 miles, 75 miles, and 500 miles. Output each floating-point value with two digits after the decimal point, which can be achieved as follows print('{.2f} {.2f} {.2f}'.format(your_value1, your_value2, your_value3))

  10. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.31 Expression for calories burned during workout To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39597-CYB-130-Week-1-Python-LAB-2-31-Expression-for-calories-burned-during-workout CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.31 Expression for calories burned during workout The following equations estimate the calories burned when exercising (source) Women Calories = ( (Age x 0.074) — (Weight x 0.05741) + (Heart Rate x 0.4472) — 20.4022 ) x Time / 4.184

  11. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.32 Using math functions To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39596-CYB-130-Week-1-Python-LAB-2-32-Using-math-functions CYB 130 Week 1 Python LAB 2.32 Using math functions Given three floating-point numbers x, y, and z, output x to the power of z, x to the power of (y to the power of z), the absolute value of (x minus y), and the square root of (x to the power of z). Output each floating-point value with two digits after the decimal point, which can be achieved as follows print('{.2f} {.2f} {.2f} {.2f}'.format(your_value1, your_value2, your_value3, your_value4))

  12. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 2 Discussion Code Structure To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39470-CYB-130-Week-2-Discussion-Code-Structure Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: This week you will learn about basic code structure. The term structure, as it relates to programming, refers to the decisions you make to design your program to best meet its objective. Python provides features to create clean, efficient code. How can the basic if/elif/else control statements help meet structural design objectives in your code? Provide a code example to support your comments.

  13. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.11 Input and formatted output Right-facing arrow To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39603-CYB-130-Week-2-Python-LAB-3-11-Input-and-formatted-output-Right-facing-arrow CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.11: Input and formatted output: Right-facing arrow Given input characters for an arrowhead and arrow body, print a right-facing arrow. Ex: If the input is: * # Then the output is: # ******## ******### ******## #

  14. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 WEEK 2 PYTHON LAB 3.12 PHONE NUMBER BREAKDOWN To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39604-cyb-130-week-2-python-lab-3-12-phone-number-breakdown CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.12: Phone number breakdown Given an integer representing a 10-digit phone number, output the area code, prefix, and line number using the format (800) 555-1212. Ex: If the input is: 8005551212 the output is: (800) 555-1212

  15. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.13 Input and formatted output House real estate summary To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39605-CYB-130-Week-2-Python-LAB-3-13-Input-and-formatted-output-House-real-estate-summary CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.13: Input and formatted output: House real estate summary Sites like Zillow get input about house prices from a database and provide nice summaries for readers. Write a program with two inputs, current price and last month's price (both integers). Then, output a summary listing the price, the change since last month, and the estimated monthly mortgage computed as (current_price * 0.051) / 12. Output each floating-point value with two digits after the decimal point, which can be achieved as follows: print('{:.2f}'.format(your_value))

  16. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.14 Simple statistics To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39608-CYB-130-Week-2-Python-LAB-3-14-Simple-statistics CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.14: Simple statistics Given 4 floating-point numbers. Use a string formatting expression with conversion specifiers to output their product and their average as integers (rounded), then as floating-point numbers. Output each rounded integer using the following: print('{:.0f}'.format(your_value))

  17. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.25 Smallest number To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39601-CYB-130-Week-2-Python-LAB-3-25-Smallest-number CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.25: Smallest number Write a program whose inputs are three integers, and whose output is the smallest of the three values. Ex: If the input is: 7 15 3 the output is: 3

  18. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.26 Seasons To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39606-CYB-130-Week-2-Python-LAB-3-26-Seasons CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.26: Seasons Write a program that takes a date as input and outputs the date's season. The input is a string to represent the month and an int to represent the day. Ex: If the input is: April 11 the output is: Spring

  19. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.27 Exact change To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39607-CYB-130-Week-2-Python-LAB-3-27-Exact-change CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.27: Exact change Write a program with total change amount as an integer input, and output the change using the fewest coins, one coin type per line. The coin types are Dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies. Use singular and plural coin names as appropriate, like 1 Penny vs. 2 Pennies. Ex: If the input is: 0 (or less than 0), the output is: No change

  20. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.28 Leap year To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39602-CYB-130-Week-2-Python-LAB-3-28-Leap-year CYB 130 Week 2 Python LAB 3.28: Leap year A year in the modern Gregorian Calendar consists of 365 days. In reality, the earth takes longer to rotate around the sun. To account for the difference in time, every 4 years, a leap year takes place. A leap year is when a year has 366 days: An extra day, February 29th. The requirements for a given year to be a leap year are: 1) The year must be divisible by 4 2) If the year is a century year (1700, 1800, etc.), the year must be evenly divisible by 400 Some example leap years are 1600, 1712, and 2016.

  21. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 3 Discussion Loop Statements To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39471-CYB-130-Week-3-Discussion-Loop-Statements Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: Most programming languages provide loop statements that help users iteratively process code. In Python you can write loops that handle many situations. What is the intuition behind using a loop statement? What do you gain from using loops in your code? Provide a code example to support your comments.

  22. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.14 LAB Count input length without spaces, periods, or commas To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39612-CYB-130-Week-3-Python-LAB-4-14-LAB-Count-input-length-without-spaces-periods-or-commas CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.14 LAB: Count input length without spaces, periods, or commas Given a line of text as input, output the number of characters excluding spaces, periods, or commas. Ex: If the input is: Listen, Mr. Jones, calm down. the output is: 21

  23. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.15 Password modifier To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39611-CYB-130-Week-3-Python-LAB-4-15-Password-modifier CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.15: Password modifier Many user-created passwords are simple and easy to guess. Write a program that takes a simple password and makes it stronger by replacing characters using the key below, and by appending "q*s" to the end of the input string. i becomes ! a becomes @ m becomes M B becomes 8 o becomes .

  24. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.17 Print string in reverse To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39609-CYB-130-Week-3-Python-LAB-4-17-Print-string-in-reverse CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.17: Print string in reverse Write a program that takes in a line of text as input, and outputs that line of text in reverse. The program repeats, ending when the user enters "Quit", "quit", or "q" for the line of text. Ex: If the input is: Hello there Hey quit

  25. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.18 Smallest and largest numbers in a list To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39610-CYB-130-Week-3-Python-LAB-4-18-Smallest-and-largest-numbers-in-a-list CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.18: Smallest and largest numbers in a list Write a program that reads a list of integers into a list as long as the integers are greater than zero, then outputs the smallest and largest integers in the list. Ex: If the input is: 10 5 3 21

  26. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.19 Output values in a list below a user defined amount To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39613-CYB-130-Week-3-Python-LAB-4-19-Output-values-in-a-list-below-a-user-defined-amount CYB 130 Week 3 Python LAB 4.19: Output values in a list below a user defined amount Write a program that first gets a list of integers from input. The input begins with an integer indicating the number of integers that follow. Then, get the last value from the input, which indicates a threshold. Output all integers less than or equal to that last threshold value.

  27. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 4 Discussion Containers To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39474-CYB-130-Week-4-Discussion-Containers Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: Python lists are commonly used to store data types. Lists are a collection of information typically called a container. Think of a physical container that can hold all kinds of objects, not just one object of the same type. Python includes a built-in list type called a list. They can be managed by many built-in functions that help fill, iterate over, add to, and delete a list. Why is it useful to store information with different data types? When do you choose to use a list over a dictionary? Provide a code example that supports your comments.

  28. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.18 Miles to track laps To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39620-CYB-130-Week-4-Python-LAB-5-18-Miles-to-track-laps CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.18: Miles to track laps One lap around a standard high-school running track is exactly 0.25 miles. Write the function miles_to_laps() that takes a number of miles as an argument and returns the number of laps. Complete the program to output the number of laps. Output each floating-point value with two digits after the decimal point, which can be achieved as follows: print('{:.2f}'.format(your_value))

  29. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.19 Driving costs – functions To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39619-CYB-130-Week-4-Python-LAB-5-19-Driving-costs-functions CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.19: Driving costs - functions Driving is expensive. Write a program with a car's miles/gallon and gas dollars/gallon (both floats) as input, and output the gas cost for 10 miles, 50 miles, and 400 miles. Output each floating-point value with two digits after the decimal point, which can be achieved as follows: print('{:.2f}'.format(your_value))

  30. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.20 Step counter To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39616-CYB-130-Week-4-Python-LAB-5-20-Step-counter CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.20: Step counter A pedometer treats walking 2,000 steps as walking 1 mile. Write a program whose input is the number of steps, and whose output is the miles walked. Output each floating-point value with two digits after the decimal point, which can be achieved as follows: print('{:.2f}'.format(your_value))

  31. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.21 Leap year – functions To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39614-CYB-130-Week-4-Python-LAB-5-21-Leap-year-functions CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.21: Leap year - functions A year in the modern Gregorian Calendar consists of 365 days. In reality, the earth takes longer to rotate around the sun. To account for the difference in time, every 4 years, a leap year takes place. A leap year is when a year has 366 days: An extra day, February 29th. The requirements for a given year to be a leap year are: 1) The year must be divisible by 4 2) If the year is a century year (1700, 1800, etc.), the year must be evenly divisible by 400 Some example leap years are 1600, 1712, and 2016. Write a program that takes in a year and determines whether that year is a leap year.

  32. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.22 Swapping variables To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39615-CYB-130-Week-4-Python-LAB-5-22-Swapping-variables CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.22: Swapping variables Write a program whose input is two integers and whose output is the two integers swapped. Ex: If the input is: 3 8 the output is: 8 3

  33. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.23 Exact change – functions To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39618-CYB-130-Week-4-Python-LAB-5-23-Exact-change-functions CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.23: Exact change - functions Write a program with total change amount as an integer input that outputs the change using the fewest coins, one coin type per line. The coin types are dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. Use singular and plural coin names as appropriate, like 1 penny vs. 2 pennies. Ex: If the input is: 0 or less, the output is: no change

  34. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.24 Even/odd values in a list To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39617-CYB-130-Week-4-Python-LAB-5-24-Even-odd-values-in-a-list CYB 130 Week 4 Python LAB 5.24: Even/odd values in a list Write a program that reads a list of integers, and outputs whether the list contains all even numbers, odd numbers, or neither. The input begins with an integer indicating the number of integers that follow. Ex: If the input is: 5 2 4 6 8 10 the output is: all even

  35. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 5 Discussion Handling Errors To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39481-CYB-130-Week-5-Discussion-Handling-Errors Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: It is important to program your code efficiently. Efficient code manages errors and exceptions and cleans up memory after it ends. The try-except statements are helpful in handling errors that are detected during execution. What are the two categories of errors when debugging code? How can the try-except statements handle errors in Python? Provide a code example that supports your comments.

  36. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.5 Checker for integer string To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39624-CYB-130-Week-5-Python-LAB-6-5-Checker-for-integer-string CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.5: Checker for integer string Forms often allow a user to enter an integer. Write a program that takes in a string representing an integer as input, and outputs yes if every character is a digit 0-9. Ex: If the input is: 1995 the output is: yes

  37. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.6 Name format To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39627-CYB-130-Week-5-Python-LAB-6-6-Name-format CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.6: Name format Many documents use a specific format for a person's name. Write a program whose input is: firstNamemiddleNamelastName and whose output is: lastName, firstInitial.middleInitial.

  38. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.7 Palindrome To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39626-CYB-130-Week-5-Python-LAB-6-7-Palindrome CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.7: Palindrome A palindrome is a word or a phrase that is the same when read both forward and backward. Examples are: "bob," "sees," or "never odd or even" (ignoring spaces). Write a program whose input is a word or phrase, and that outputs whether the input is a palindrome. Ex: If the input is: bob the output is: bob is a palindrome

  39. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.8 Acronyms To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39622-CYB-130-Week-5-Python-LAB-6-8-Acronyms CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.8: Acronyms An acronym is a word formed from the initial letters of words in a set phrase. Write a program whose input is a phrase and whose output is an acronym of the input. If a word begins with a lower case letter, don't include that letter in the acronym. Assume there will be at least one upper case letter in the input. Ex: If the input is: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers the output is: IEEE

  40. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.24 Varied amount of input data To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39621-CYB-130-Week-5-Python-LAB-6-24-Varied-amount-of-input-data CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.24: Varied amount of input data Statistics are often calculated with varying amounts of input data. Write a program that takes any number of integers as input, and outputs the average and max. Ex: If the input is: 15 20 0 5 the output is: 10 20

  41. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.25 Filter and sort a list To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39623-CYB-130-Week-5-Python-LAB-6-25-Filter-and-sort-a-list CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.25: Filter and sort a list Write a program that gets a list of integers from input, and outputs non-negative integers in ascending order (lowest to highest). Ex: If the input is: 10 -7 4 39 -6 12 2 the output is: 2 4 10 12 39 For coding simplicity, follow every output value by a space. Do not end with newline.

  42. CYB 130 learning easier / snaptutorial.com CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.26 Elements in a range To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.snaptutorial.com/CYB%20130/product-39625-CYB-130-Week-5-Python-LAB-6-26-Elements-in-a-range CYB 130 Week 5 Python LAB 6.26: Elements in a range Write a program that first gets a list of integers from input. That list is followed by two more integers representing lower and upper bounds of a range. Your program should output all integers from the list that are within that range (inclusive of the bounds). Ex: If the input is: 25 51 0 200 33 0 50 the output is: 25 0 33 The bounds are 0-50, so 51 and 200 are out of range and thus not output.

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