The third activity that you’ll do is modify some Python code to convert a number of feet to a number of metres in length. The formula for this is given below.
In the editor below, fill in the blanks (
________) so that the program calculates the number of metres in the given number of feet, and
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3.281. For example, 6 feet in metres would be:
6 / 3.281 = 1.8287.
feetin the code. Does your result change? If it doesn’t, make sure you are using variables and that you’re printing the right one!
1.828710758914965. That’s okay! As an extension task, put your calculation into a
round()command along with the number of digits you want to round to, for example:
rounded = round(6 / 3.281, 2).
Below is an example of how the program should run:
Number of feet in length: 6 Number of metres in length: 1.828710758914965