**Simple programs - solution for practice:**

**Copy and try on your own.**

1) First 10 prime numbers program in python

**code:**

n = 10

count=0

answer=[]

print("First ten prime no program in Python")

for i in range(1,n+1):

for j in range(2,n+1):

if i % j == 0:

count+=1

if count == 1:

answer.append(i)

count=0

print(answer)

First 10 prime number program in Python |

Output of prime number program |

**code:**

Num1=int(input("Enter 1st number:"))

Num2=int(input("Enter 2nd number:"))

#Addition logic

Num3 = Num1+Num2

print("Sum value:",Num3)

#Subtraction logic

Num4 = Num1 - Num2

print("Difference value:",Num4)

#Product/multiplication logic

Num5 = Num1 * Num2

print("Product value:",Num5)

#Single division logic

Num6 = Num1 / Num2

print("Single divison value:",Num6)

#Double division logic

Num7 = Num1 // Num2

print("Double division value:",Num7)

#Modulus logic

Num8 = Num1 % Num2

print("Modulus division value:",Num8)

Arithmetic operations |

Output of Arithmetic operations |

3) Write a Python program to read a list of integers and print only the multiples of 8.

**code:**

list_of_integers=[1,2,5,8,10,16,32,36,40,54,72,75,80]

#Logic to read a list of integers and print only the multiples of 8.

print("Multiples of 8 are:")

for i in list_of_integers:

if (i % 8) == 0:

print(i, end=',')

Multiples of 8 |

Output:

Output - Multiples of 8 |

**code:**

def greater(a,b):

if a > b:

print(a,"is greater than ",b)

else:

print(b,"is greater than ",a)

print("To find greater of 2 number")

num1=int(input("Enter 1st number:"))

num2=int(input("Enter 2nd number:"))

greater(num1,num2)

Greater of 2 numbers |

Output - Greater of 2 numbers |

Simple programs to practice:

Simple programs to practice:

1) Write a Python function

**Factorial(n)**which returns the factorial of the given number(n).

2) Write a Python function,

**Square(num)**which returns the square of the given number(num).

3) Write a Python function,

**Sum(n)**which returns the sum of first n numbers.

4) Write a Python function,

**Palindrome(num)**that accepts an integer num as input and returns true/false based on condition.

Ex: num = 12321 ---> output = 12321 ----> then given number is palindrome.

5) Write a Python function,

**check_strong_number(num)**that accepts a positive as input and return true/false based on condition.

A number is said to be Strong number if the sum of the factorial of each digit is equal to the given number.

Ex: 145 is strong number as (1! =1) + (4! = 24) + (5! = 120) = 145.

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