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# Learn Python Basics for Data Analysis Quiz Answers

• Label, content
• Description, value
• Name, value
• Purpose, type
• Keywords cannot be used as a variable name.
• Variable names can have symbols like: @, #, \$, etc.
• int
• string
• decimal
• float

x = 10
x += 12
y = x/4
x = x + y

• x will be 27, y will be 5.5
• x will be 27.5, y will be 7
• x will be 27, y will be 5
• x will be 27.5, y will be 5.5
• num[2] = ‘two’
• num[1] = ‘two’
• num[‘two’] = 2
• num[‘two’] = ‘2’
• All elements in a list must be of the same type.
• A list may contain any type of object except another list.
• These represent the same list:[‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’] [‘c’, ‘a’, ‘b’]
• There is no conceptual limit to the size of a list.
• print(a[4:-2])
• print(a[-5:-3])
• print(a[-6])
• print(a[1])
• colors = []

colors. append(‘Red’)

colors. append(‘Green’)

colors. append(‘Yellow’)

print(colors)

• colors = []

colors. insert(‘Red’)

colors. insert(‘Green’)

colors. insert(‘Yellow’)

print(colors)

• frequency = []

frequency [0] = ‘Monday’

frequency [1] = ‘friday’

• frequency = [‘sunday’, ‘monday’, ‘tuesday’,’wednesday’]

frequency. remove(‘monday’)

• test[5]
• test[4]
• test[‘5’]
• test[‘4’]
• .  operator
• +  operator
• strcat()  function
• ^  operator
• Parameters of a function are variables defined inside a method signature as being necessary input for performing a task.
• Arguments are values sent to a method.
• Return values are the output, or in other words, the result a function needs to return.
• Parameters and return values are mandatory in functions.
• x -> 1, y -> 10
• x -> 22, y -> 64
• x -> 64, y -> 22
• x -> 1, y -> 64
• Functions are used to create objects in Python.
• Functions make your program run faster.
• A function is a piece of code that performs a specific task.
• All of the above.
• Function name
• Parameter list
• Return value
• def keyword
• Methods are functions that are defined inside a class.
• Methods are functions only for string data types.
• A method can’t change the original object.
• You can call a method with the dot notation:  variableName.methodName()
• print(a.capitalize())
• print(a.upper())
• print(a.lower())
• print(a.firstCapitalize())
• dict_values([2, 10, 18, 8, 12])
• dict_values([2, 10, 8, 12])
• dict_values([2, 18, 12])
• dict_values([12, 18, 2])
• print (math. e)

print(e)

• from math import e

print(e)

• from math import e

print (math. e)

• =  operator
• _  operator
• operator
• .  operator
• myNotes.mean()
• myNotes[1]
• myNotes.sum()/5
• myNotes.max()