import math

x = float(input(“Enter x: “))

y = float(input(“Enter y: “))

z = float(input(“Enter z: “))

print(”{} {:.2f}”.format(“a1 =”, x ** y + z))

print(”{} {:.2f}”.format(“a2 =”, math.cos(2 * math.pi) + math.log(x)))

print(”{} {:.2f}”.format(“a3 =”, abs(x) + abs(y)))

print("{} {:.2f}".format(“a4 =”, (x ** 2 + y ** 2 + z ** 2) ** (1/2)))

print("{} {:.2f}".format(“a5 =”, (math.sin(x) ** 2 + math.cos(x) ** 2))

print("{} {:.2f}".format(“a6 =”, (x + y) ** (1/5))) # <--------------- line 10

print("{} {:.2f}".format(“a7 =”, math.e ** (x * math.log(y))))

what is wrong with line 10?

also what is “pos5” in this error ->

line 10, in

print("{} {:.2f}".format(“a6 =”, (x + y) ** (1/5)))

Syntax Error: invalid syntax: , line 10, pos 5