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    • 10IPT – Term 3, Python Programming Exam (Part A / B)–70 minutes, Wk 9 Thurs 12th September Exam Questions Breakdown(Topic Hints Only) Part A: Knowledge& Application 1. What is python 2. Order of mathematical operation (BOMDAS) 3. Logical error 4. Type of error: Syntax/Logical 5. Three different data structures 6. ‘ “print” ’ 7. Commenting? 8. User input 9. Variable analogy 10. Correct syntax for identifier (variable) 11. Request input, store as variable, output as string (write full code) 12. Request input, perform a calculation, output result (write full code) 13. Control structures? 14. 3 different Control structures 15. Selection (if) vs Iteration (for/while) 16. Comparison operators: ==, <, >, !=, = etc. 17. Write a python program (full code) using selection 18. Forcing integer to decimal 19. Read code segment – write down correct output 20. Operations on strings: i.e x = “hillcrest”, x[0] = ?, x[:3]=? 21. The term for what’s happening above ^^ 22. Lists? 23. Using Lists 24. Reading in lines to put into list. (Write full code ) 25. Data dictionaries Part B: Analysis & Synthesis Write a fully correct(LOGIC, SYNTAX, COMMENTED) code solution to the problem… 1. Simple interest calculator (No prior knowledge of Simple interest required – basic maths and arithmetic needed however)[Beginner & Intermediate] 2. Read in two files with lines sorted alphabetically. Merge their content and print sorted in alphabetical order.[Intermediate]