Help me out... X=4 x_=5 print__ | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!

0

Help me out... X=4 x_=5 print__

Python

any

12/19/2016 6:44:04 PM

sley dimz

17 Answers

New Answer

0

Welcome to the community! :-) Your request: x = 4 x _= 5 print__ You may only work with what you have at your disposal. to print a variable you enclose it with parentheses. when it comes to *blank* = 5, it is an 'operator'. # Other operators could be used but might be wrong at this early state, to stay in content: x = 4 x <= 5 # (or += 5) - but like I said it may not accept that this early on. print(x) Explanation: x is 4 (which is lower than 5). operator " <= " says "if 5 is higher or equal to x (which is 4), then print the variable x. The output will then simply be: >>>4 The opposite to <= would be >= and means quite the reversed - '4 is higher or equal'. Hope this helped you out on your quest. Dr.

0

one solution of your query can be solved like this x=4 x+=5 print (x) Ans- 9

0

x=4 x+=5 print (x) --> (x) ;-)

0

Tristan McCullen why did you use <= ? I know maybe I missed something but Im very fresh in coding and every good advice is very welcome and appreciate. I cant figure out why you used < in your code? x=4 x<=5 print(x) Should be x=4 x+=5 print(x)

0

Which statement ends the current iteration and continues with the next one?

0

x = 10 y = 20 if x > y print("if statement") else print("else statement") it's wrong because there is another blanck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

0

help x = 10 y = 20 x > y print("if statement") print("else statement")

0

0

x = 8 ____ printing x print(x) help me please

0

oh bhai maro

0

Imprimir (x)

0

heeeeeelp me

-1

Help Me PLEASEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

-1

It say 9 is incorrect

-2

x = 3 num = 17 print(num % x)

-3

x=4 x+=5 print (x) /= (x) Ans=9

-4

>>> x = 4 >>> x += 5 >>> print (x)