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What is the output of this code? >>> x = 3 >>> num = 17 >>> print(num % x) someone should provide me the answer please

10/20/2016 2:10:48 PM

Kolapo Imam

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2 You know why? You write >>> x = 3 >>> num = 17 >>> print (num% x) this means >>> print (17% 3) This yields, according to modulo (5 * 3 = 15), residue 2

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the answer is 2 because when 17 is divided by 3, we get reminder 2.

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Fill in the blanks to print "Yes" if the list contains 'z': letters = ['a', 'b', 'z'] if "z" in letters: print("Yes")

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Drag and drop from the options below to add 'z' to the end of the list and print the list's length. list. ('z') print( ) ) insert len append (list) index. What go in the gap.

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Fill in the blanks to print "Yes" if the list contains 'z': letters = ['a', 'b', 'z'] ? "z" ? letters: print("Yes") tell and

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letters = ['a', 'b', 'z'] if "z" in letters: print("Yes")

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Fill in the blanks to print "Yes" if the list contains 'z': letters = ['a', 'b', 'z'] _ "z" _ letters: print("Yes") guys need urgent answer

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It will give ans of 2 because % operator will divide 17/3 which gives remainder 2

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class Person: def __init__(self, name): self._name = name @property def name(self): return self._name __________ def name(self, value): self._______= value some one please help i know the bottom one is _name

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the answer for module 2 quiz the last question help

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answer : 2(we take the reminder of 17/3) :)

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what is the answer to HTML basicics module 2 quiz

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Drag and drop from the options below to add 'z' to the end of the list and print the list's length. list. ('z') print( ) ) insert len append (list) index. What go in the gap.

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Drag and drop from the options below to add 'z' to the end of the list and print the list's length. list. ('z') print( ) ) insert len append (list) index. What go in the gap.