There is nothing to agree to disagree on this cos it’s not an argument and neither is it a True nor False situation. If you are okay with and understand his explanation, good on you mate. However, I didn’t and expressed it, which I believe the forum is for. I am by no means insinuating that’s how everybody sees it, but if that how I see it, then rest assured there might be others who also see it that way. So a little clarification wouldn’t hurt since this is a platform for learning and sharing of ideas. Enjoy your coding as well.
this was the best and easy explanation thanks!
I got my answer by … print((6**2) * 36)
Another solution is:
print(6 ** 4)
You are awesome thanks I understand Now
Ah I see. The big part i missed was the “6 quilts PER person”.
my original solution was print((6 ** 2)*6) ; which only creates enough quilt tiles for 1 quilt per person.
the actual answer being print((6 ** 3)*6).
6 ** 3 * 6
is the same as,
6 ** 4
when we simplify it. Every math teacher probably says this every day to their class, “simplify, simplify, simplify, then solve.”
For anyone taking on the Python 3 course and coming across this later on, think about the calculation in the following way;
People = 6
Quilts = 6(each)
Quilt length = 6
Quilt width = 6
= 6 * 6 * 6 * 6
= 6 ** 4
Hi guys, can I be offered some guidance on this question. >>If 6x6=36 or 1 quilt and there are six purchases of 6 6x6 quilt each, how is the 4 the exponent value?
…6 people have each requested 6 quilts… 6 quilts apiece for 6 people.
There are 6 people and each person has requested 6 quilts for himself/herself.
So, the total quilts required will be 36 or 6x6.
Each quilt has the dimension in tiles of 6x6.
There are 6 people.
Each person wants 6 quilts.
Therefore # of tiles required = 6 x 6 x 6 x 6 = 6 ** 4
Thank you so much. I got the first part but the second part I cound’t :(!
simply explained well understood👍 and
That’s the answer I was looking for thank you!