Zy 12 Rybook Ucccst 1620mbackspring2o Chapte Pection 2 Ne 12 Programming Basics Activi 125 Q26380416

zy 12 rybook ucCcst 1620mbackSpring2o/chapte//pection/2 ne> 1.2: Programming basics ACTIVI 1.2.5: Read multiple user inputs Write two scnr.nextint statements to get input values into birthMonth and birthYear. Then write a statement to output the month, a slash, and the year. End with newline The program will be tested with inputs 1 2000, and then with inputs 5 1950. Exc If the input is 1 2000, the output is 1/2000 scnr.nextInt): Note. The input values come from user input, so be sure to use scnr.nextint statements, as in birthMonth to get those input values (and dont assign values directly as in birthMonth1 1 isport Seve.util.Scanner 3 public class IsputExanple ( 4 public static void main String 3 angs) f Scanner scnr- new Scenner(System.In)i Int birthrionth Int birtYeer; /. your solution pes herezy 12 rybook ucCcst 1620mbackSpring2o/chapte//pection/2 ne> 1.2: Programming basics ACTIVI 1.2.5: Read multiple user inputs Write two scnr.nextint statements to get input values into birthMonth and birthYear. Then write a statement to output the month, a slash, and the year. End with newline The program will be tested with inputs 1 2000, and then with inputs 5 1950. Exc If the input is 1 2000, the output is 1/2000 scnr.nextInt): Note. The input values come from user input, so be sure to use scnr.nextint statements, as in birthMonth to get those input values (and don’t assign values directly as in birthMonth1 1 isport Seve.util.Scanner 3 public class IsputExanple ( 4 public static void main String 3 angs) f Scanner scnr- new Scenner(System.In)i Int birthrionth Int birtYeer; /. your solution pes here Show transcribed image text

Zybooks Ibrary Itos 1 140 Home 716 Lab 7 Part 2 Z Books Catalog Hela Faq Laura Holmes 716 Q26953838

Ξ zyBooks My ibrary > ITOS 1 140 home 7.16: Lab 7, Part 2 Z)Books catalog ? Hela/FAQ Θ Laura Holmes 7.16 Lab 7, Part 2 Case You have been tased to create program that drows box Your program needs to sk the user for tne d mensions of the box or length and width. The program wil then print out your bax. Since the cimensions of the box will vary each time you runthe program, here Is a sample output when the user entered 5 for the box width and 10 for the box length. Part 2 Instructions In Zybooks, write the code that creates the box. Since the inputs will vary, you will need to use a loop to create the box. To start, remove the two print stotements that tested your inputs. To create a little space between your input storements and the box, add an empty print (or print)) statement undemeath your input statements. This will produce the following when 5 is entered for the width and 10 for the length Enter the wdin of your box: 10 Enter the length of yourbo: 5 Some Help: To get a border that varies with the width input you could write: borderwidth print [border If the user enters 10 for the width, the ollowing wil princ: Additionally dont forge. you can use sting concatenation to fill in the middle of the box. For nstance borda print border) This wil printIn Python

Ξ zyBooks My ibrary > ITOS 1 140 home 7.16: Lab 7, Part 2 Z)Books catalog ? Hela/FAQ Θ Laura Holmes 7.16 Lab 7, Part 2 Case You have been tased to create program that drows box Your program needs to sk the user for tne d mensions of the box or length and width. The program wil then print out your bax. Since the cimensions of the box will vary each time you runthe program, here Is a sample output when the user entered 5 for the box width and 10 for the box length. Part 2 Instructions In Zybooks, write the code that creates the box. Since the inputs will vary, you will need to use a loop to create the box. To start, remove the two print stotements that tested your inputs. To create a little space between your input storements and the box, add an empty print (or print)) statement undemeath your input statements. This will produce the following when 5 is entered for the width and 10 for the length Enter the wdin of your box: 10 Enter the length of yourbo: 5 Some Help: To get a border that varies with the width input you could write: borderwidth print [border If the user enters 10 for the width, the ollowing wil princ: Additionally dont forge. you can use sting concatenation to fill in the middle of the box. For nstance borda print border) This wil print Show transcribed image text Ξ zyBooks My ibrary > ITOS 1 140 home 7.16: Lab 7, Part 2 Z)Books catalog ? Hela/FAQ Θ Laura Holmes 7.16 Lab 7, Part 2 Case You have been tased to create program that drows box Your program needs to sk the user for tne d mensions of the box or length and width. The program wil then print out your bax. Since the cimensions of the box will vary each time you runthe program, here Is a sample output when the user entered 5 for the box width and 10 for the box length. Part 2 Instructions In Zybooks, write the code that creates the box. Since the inputs will vary, you will need to use a loop to create the box. To start, remove the two print stotements that tested your inputs. To create a little space between your input storements and the box, add an empty print (or print)) statement undemeath your input statements. This will produce the following when 5 is entered for the width and 10 for the length Enter the wdin of your box: 10 Enter the length of yourbo: 5 Some Help: To get a border that varies with the width input you could write: borderwidth print [border If the user enters 10 for the width, the ollowing wil princ: Additionally dont forge. you can use sting concatenation to fill in the middle of the box. For nstance borda print border) This wil print

Zcm 1 Value Units 1 1 150 Kg 110kg 050 M Q27957180

ZCM= 1 Value || Units 1 of 1 150 kg 1.10kg 050 mmedia%2Fcd5%2Fcd5e2a30-3151-42c2-875e-43ZCM= 1 Value || Units 1 of 1 150 kg 1.10kg 050 m Show transcribed image text ZCM= 1 Value || Units 1 of 1 150 kg 1.10kg 050 m

Zorlo Mass 15 Times Earth Radius 125 Times Greater Large Acceleration Due Gravity Surface Q28323997

Zorlo has a mass that is 1.5 times that of the Earth, and aradius 1.25 times greater. How large is the acceleration due togravity at the surface of Zorlo compared to the acceleration at thesurface of the Earth? (Hint: you do not need to know the value ofthe gravitational constant for this problem.)

Zen Python 20 Principles 19 Written 20th Principle Know Correct Answer Zen Python Beauti Q25778020

The Zen of Python has 20 principles, only 19 of which have beenwritten down. What is the 20th Principle? Onlyyou know the correct answer for you.

             TheZen of Python

Beautiful is better than ugly.

Explicit is better than implicit.

Simple is better than complex.

Complex is better than complicated.

Flat is better than nested.

Sparse is better than dense.

Readability counts.

Special cases aren’t special enough to break the rules.

Although practicality beats purity.

Errors should never pass silently.

Unless explicitly silenced.

In the face of ambiguity, refuse the temptation to guess.

There should be one — and preferably only one – obvious way todo it.

Although that way may not be obvious at first unless you’reDutch.

Now is better than never.

Although never is often better than *right* now.

If the implementation is hard to explain, it’s a bad idea.

If the implementation is easy to explain, it may be a goodidea.

Namespaces are one honking great idea — let’s do more ofthose!

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Zp Servicedate Desc 98119 652014 Awn Mow 8223 582014 Lawn Mow Eastake 9uidng 123 E Astlake Q30985678

zp ServiceDate Desc 98119 652014 awn Mow 8223 582014 Lawn Mow Eastake 9uidng 123 E astlake Seattle 73 Eastlake Seate 123 Eastlake Sealtle S42 50 123 50 8119 5/102014 Lawn Mow 12/2014 98223 51/2014 Lawn Mow 4250 ast Em Lywwood 981191 5/192014 Lawn Mo 123 42.50 data shown in the above table, state 2 functional dependencies that exist among the columns of data. Justify your assumptions EXAMPLE, page 85-86 is discusses how ObjectColor → Shape and ObjectColor-> weight. B.) Given your assumptions in part A comment on the appropriateness of each design listed below (1-8) EXAM ANSWER: The above design is NOT GOOD. PropertyName does not determine the ServiceDate (REMINDER: Columns underlined are identified as the Primary Keys, columns that are italicized are foreign keys.) PLE - Question 1: PROPERTY (PropertyName Property Type, Street, City, Zip. ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 1. PROPERTY (PropertyName. PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 2. PROPERTY (PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 3 PROPERTY (PropertyName PropertyType, Street, City, Zip.ServiceDate Description Amount) 4 PROPERTY (PropertylD. PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 5. PROPERTY (PropertyID, PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 6. PROPERTY (PropertylD. PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City. Zip, ServiceDate) and SERVICE (ServiceDate. Description, Amount) 7. PROPERTY Propety D PropertyName PropertyType, Street, City. Z p ServiceDateland SERVİCE Servic ID se ceo re Description, Amount, 8. PROPERTY (PropertyID, PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, Servicedate jand SERVICE (ServicelD, ServiceDate. Description, Amount, PropertylD 9. PROPERTY (PropertylD, PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zipjand SERVICE (ServicelD. ServiceDate, Description Amount PropertylD) C) Suppose Garden Glory decides to add the following table: SERVICE-FEE (PropertylD, ServicelD, Description, Amount) Choose which design you feel is best from above (question 8 1.9), Add the SERVICE FEE table to what you consider to be the best design in your answer to part B. Show the updated design. will the design you chose work for the data shown in Figure 2-34 above?

zp ServiceDate Desc 98119 652014 awn Mow 8223 582014 Lawn Mow Eastake 9uidng 123 E astlake Seattle 73 Eastlake Seate 123 Eastlake Sealtle S42 50 123 50 8119 5/102014 Lawn Mow 12/2014 98223 51/2014 Lawn Mow 4250 ast Em Lywwood 981191 5/192014 Lawn Mo 123 42.50 data shown in the above table, state 2 functional dependencies that exist among the columns of data. Justify your assumptions EXAMPLE, page 85-86 is discusses how ObjectColor → Shape and ObjectColor-> weight. B.) Given your assumptions in part A comment on the appropriateness of each design listed below (1-8) EXAM ANSWER: The above design is NOT GOOD. PropertyName does not determine the ServiceDate (REMINDER: Columns underlined are identified as the Primary Keys, columns that are italicized are foreign keys.) PLE – Question 1: PROPERTY (PropertyName Property Type, Street, City, Zip. ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 1. PROPERTY (PropertyName. PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 2. PROPERTY (PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 3 PROPERTY (PropertyName PropertyType, Street, City, Zip.ServiceDate Description Amount) 4 PROPERTY (PropertylD. PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 5. PROPERTY (PropertyID, PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, ServiceDate, Description, Amount) 6. PROPERTY (PropertylD. PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City. Zip, ServiceDate) and SERVICE (ServiceDate. Description, Amount) 7. PROPERTY Propety D PropertyName PropertyType, Street, City. Z p ServiceDateland SERVİCE Servic ID se ceo re Description, Amount, 8. PROPERTY (PropertyID, PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zip, Servicedate jand SERVICE (ServicelD, ServiceDate. Description, Amount, PropertylD 9. PROPERTY (PropertylD, PropertyName, PropertyType, Street, City, Zipjand SERVICE (ServicelD. ServiceDate, Description Amount PropertylD) C) Suppose Garden Glory decides to add the following table: SERVICE-FEE (PropertylD, ServicelD, Description, Amount) Choose which design you feel is best from above (question 8 1.9), Add the SERVICE FEE table to what you consider to be the best design in your answer to part B. Show the updated design. will the design you chose work for the data shown in Figure 2-34 above? Show transcribed image text

Zener Shunt Regulator Used Drive Variable Loading Shown Following Circuit Assume Zener Vz Q28324664

A zener shunt regulator is used to drive a variable loading which is shown in the following circuit. Assume the zener has Vz-5.1V at Izr-49mA, IZK-1 mA, Zz-7 , and IZM 100mA. B2 30? ov- OUT (a) Determine the minimum value of RL (b) Determine the maximum value of RL (c) Determine the output voltage (VOUT) when Rus set to 15?. (d) Determine the output voltage (VOUT) when RL is removed and explain 6% 6% 4% 4% why

A zener shunt regulator is used to drive a variable loading which is shown in the following circuit. Assume the zener has Vz-5.1V at Izr-49mA, IZK-1 mA, Zz-7 , and IZM 100mA. B2 30? ov- OUT (a) Determine the minimum value of RL (b) Determine the maximum value of RL (c) Determine the output voltage (VOUT) when Rus set to 15?. (d) Determine the output voltage (VOUT) when RL is removed and explain 6% 6% 4% 4% why Show transcribed image text A zener shunt regulator is used to drive a variable loading which is shown in the following circuit. Assume the zener has Vz-5.1V at Izr-49mA, IZK-1 mA, Zz-7 , and IZM 100mA. B2 30? ov- OUT (a) Determine the minimum value of RL (b) Determine the maximum value of RL (c) Determine the output voltage (VOUT) when Rus set to 15?. (d) Determine the output voltage (VOUT) when RL is removed and explain 6% 6% 4% 4% why

Zxy Corporation Relocated New Building Wired Set Local Area Network Lan Company Implement Q26185843

ZXY Corporation has relocated to a new building that was wiredand set up for a local area network (LAN). The company implementeda client/server-based network in which all printers, folders, andother resources are shared but everyone has access to everythingand there is no security outside of the defaults that were in placewhen the system was set up. You have been hired to secure ZXY’snetwork and ensure that the company has the highest levels ofsecurity to protect against internal and external attacks. Providea comprehensive secure environment: A plan to provide secure accesscontrol methods for all user access A viable password policy, whichincludes complexity, duration, and history requirements Acryptography method to ensure vital data is encrypted A remoteaccess plan to ensure that users who access the network remotely doso in a secure and efficient manner A thorough plan to protect thenetwork from malware and various types of malicious attacks Yourproposal should include all of the elements noted above withsupport, detail, and elaboration for each section explicitlygrounded in knowledge from the assigned readings and media alongwith any outside sources you may choose to bring into your writing.PLEASE PROVIDE AN ANSWER THAT HAS NOT ALREADY BEEN POSTED. THANKYOU

Zenl Oson 2nno Mixed Wifh Igml 065m Oh Zuninos 4 Nxoh Zulom Zno4 N Worcestefen Za Let Fou Q28324643

zenl of oson 2nno) is mixed wifh IGmL of 0.65m . OH Zuninos) + 4 NxoH ?? Zulom)+ ZNO4 N.* it worcestefen of za let) is found te be 6.6120, find ke

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zenl of oson 2nno) is mixed wifh IGmL of 0.65m . OH Zuninos) + 4 NxoH ?? Zulom)+ ZNO4 N.* it worcestefen of za let) is found te be 6.6120, find ke Show transcribed image text

Zeno Friend En Tea Pours Cup En Pours Cup Diminishing Way First Pours Cup Adds Cup Cup Et Q25777955

Zeno is having his friend Enō over for tea. He pours a cup forEnō, then for himself. But he pours his own cup in a diminishingway: First he pours ½ a cup; then adds ¼ of a cup, then ⅛ of a cup,etc., pouring half the previous amount each time.

Construct a loop that calculates how full the cup is after agiven number of pours, and try it out for a few numbers, such as10, 50, 53, 54, 100, and 10,000.

Paste your answer to these two questions in the Online TextArea:

     1. How many pours before Zeno’s cuprunneth over?

     2. How many additional cups should Zenohave handy to catch the overflow if he pours 100,000 times?

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