Learning Goal: I’m working on a python multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Please write a program as per given instructions below and complete assessment also which mentioned questions below
Luke Chapters 9 & 10
Luke Chapters 11 & 12
Write a program that prompts the user for a current temperature and displays to the screen whether they need a heavy coat, light jacket, or no jacket. Heavy coats are worn when it is below 50 degrees, light jackets are worn when it is below 67 degrees, otherwise no jacket is required.
Given: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibonacci_number write a program that fills a list up with the first 1000 numbers in the fibonacci sequence. Make sure to test your output by printing some of the elements of your list to ensure your logic is working.
Given: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_number write a function named isPrime that takes a single parameter and RETURNS True if it is a prime number and False otherwise. Make sure to test your function by calling it with various numbers as parameters.
Given: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area_of_a_circle write a function called areaOfACircle that takes the radius of a circle as a parameter and returns the area. Note that you can use 3.14 as the constant for PI.
Write a function named genCircleInfo that takes the radius of a circle and returns a dictionary containing name/value pairs for the radius, whether or not the radius is a prime number, and the area of the circle with that radius. You should use the functions created previously.
Write a program that files a list with the result of genCircleInfo when called on all circle radii between 1 and 1000. Your end result should be a list of dictionaries.
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