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hi here its mention that certification link will activate at sharp 9:00 pm . can i start my certifucation at 10 : 30 am ?

Assignment 1 - Q1 - **Write a Python program to get the Fibonacci series between 0 to 50**

Note : The Fibonacci Sequence is the series of numbers : 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, â€¦

Every next number is found by adding up the two numbers before it.

Expected Output : 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34

I just want to clarification output will print from 0 as Fibonacci Sequence will start from 0

can anyone clarify this output should come with 0 or without 0 ?

alot of question i have attempted and they are correct but here its showing zero marks pls look into this

Yes you can start from 0

@mohammedaliparkar342 Hi sir, same program is run in python extension with no error ,but in Jupyter notebook itâ€™s showing error.

celcius_temp = int(input(â€śEnter the celcius temperature :â€ť))

farhenite = (celcius_temp* 1.8) +32

print (farhenite)

farhenite_temp = int(input(â€śEnter the farhenite temperature :â€ť))

celcius = 5/9 * (farhenite_temp - 32 )

print(celcius)

Try this @chavanrutuja883

@mohammedaliparkar342

Sample numbers : numbers = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

Expected Output :

Number of even numbers : 4

Number of odd numbers : 5

This is assignment 1 Q 3

My Query is above expected output is related to fixed range ( 1 to 9 )

but if we take range from user (both minimum & maximum) then output will change - is that okay or we should use fixed range only as per expected output & mentioned series only

@mohammedaliparkar342 Itâ€™s showing error only when we want to take input from user i.e. int(input( " " ))

it run when celcius temp and farhenite temp value is given in program itself

celcius_temp = 60

farhenite = (celcius_temp* 1.8) +32

print (farhenite)

farhenite_temp = 140

celcius = 5/9 * (farhenite_temp - 32 )

print(celcius)

Take input in this format tuple1 = tuple(int,input("Enter the tuple : " ).split() )

after taking input just iterate over this : for i in tuple1

May I know pass mark for a quiz in python

if 7 out of 10 is not a pass mark - I donâ€™t get it

then what is actual correct marks for a quiz - can any one confirm that ?