## Description

COMP9021 PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING

$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 1 0

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇧

In base 3, the second input reads as: 0 So that’s how you want to go: ⇧

Let’s go then!

⇧

$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 2 1

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇨

In base 3, the second input reads as: 1

So that’s how you want to go: ⬀

I don’t want to have the sun in my eyes, but by all means have a go at it!

$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 1 80

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇧

In base 3, the second input reads as: 2222 So that’s how you want to go: ⬀⬀⬀⬀

Let’s go then!

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$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 1 40

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇧

In base 3, the second input reads as: 1111 So that’s how you want to go: ⬁⬁⬁⬁

Let’s go then!

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2 COMP9021 PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING

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1 123456789

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In base 3, the second input reads as: 22121022020212200 So that’s how you want to go: ⬀⬀⬁⬀⬁⇧⬀⬀⇧⬀⇧⬀⬁⬀⬀⇧⇧

Let’s go then!

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$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 1 1097393690

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇧

In base 3, the second input reads as: 2211110221101010202 So that’s how you want to go: ⬀⬀⬁⬁⬁⬁⇧⬀⬀⬁⬁⇧⬁⇧⬁⇧⬀⇧⬀

Let’s go then!

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QUIZ 3 3

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In base 3, the second input reads as: 110020020220 So that’s how you want to go: ⬂⬂⇩⇩⬃⇩⇩⬃⇩⬃⬃⇩

Let’s go then!

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$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 3 2943856728

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇩

In base 3, the second input reads as: 21121011101102020200 So that’s how you want to go: ⬃⬂⬂⬃⬂⇩⬂⬂⬂⇩⬂⬂⇩⬃⇩⬃⇩⬃⇩⇩

Let’s go then!

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4 COMP9021 PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING

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In base 3, the second input reads as: 112222221021020 So that’s how you want to go: ⬂⬂⬃⬃⬃⬃⬃⬃⬂⇩⬃⬂⇩⬃⇩

Let’s go then!

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$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 2 9848289250

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇨

In base 3, the second input reads as: 221102100021221002201

So that’s how you want to go: ⬂⬂⬀⬀⇨⬂⬀⇨⇨⇨⬂⬀⬂⬂⬀⇨⇨⬂⬂⇨⬀

I don’t want to have the sun in my eyes, but by all means have a go at it!

$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 2 6083235

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇨

In base 3, the second input reads as: 102110001122000

So that’s how you want to go: ⬀⇨⬂⬀⬀⇨⇨⇨⬀⬀⬂⬂⇨⇨⇨

I don’t want to have the sun in my eyes, but by all means have a go at it!

$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 4 6578987643

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇦

In base 3, the second input reads as: 121222111112012102000

So that’s how you want to go: ⬃⬁⬃⬁⬁⬁⬃⬃⬃⬃⬃⬁⇦⬃⬁⬃⇦⬁⇦⇦⇦

I don’t want to have the sun in my eyes, but by all means have a go at it!

QUIZ 3 5

$ python3 quiz_3.py

Enter an integer between 1 and 4 and a positive integer: 4 2349986589476

Ok, you want to first look this way: ⇦

In base 3, the second input reads as: 22022122201121100201112222

So that’s how you want to go: ⬁⬁⇦⬁⬁⬃⬁⬁⬁⇦⬃⬃⬁⬃⬃⇦⇦⬁⇦⬃⬃⬃⬁⬁⬁⬁

I don’t want to have the sun in my eyes, but by all means have a go at it!

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