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### Python Operators Exercises

• Add 10 to the number_of_items variable.

```                ```number_of_items = 30
number_of_items = ''``````
• Subtract 10 from the speed.

```                ```speed = 120
speed = speed '' 10
``````
• Add 2000 to the marketing_budget variable using shorthand form operator .

```                ```marketing_budget = 10000
marketing_budget '' 2000``````
• Subtract 1.75 from the market_share variable using shorthand form operator .

```                ```market_share = 20
market_share ''``````
• Calculate the price you have to pay to rent a car for 7 days.

```                ```price = 10.40
days = 7
total_price = ''
``````
• What is the output of this code?

```                ```wallet = 500.00
maintenance = 400.00

available_money = wallet - maintenance

print(available_money)``````
• This program calculates the burned calories based on the steps and calories_per_step variables.
What will be the output ?

```                ```steps = 1000
calories_per_step = 0.04

burned_calories = steps * calories_per_step

print(burned_calories)``````
• Let’s say you have sold 100 units of a product, and each unit is priced at \$25.50.
What is the output of this prgoram?

```                ```units_sold = 100    # Integer
unit_price = 25.50  # Floating-point

total_revenue = units_sold * unit_price

print(total_revenue)``````
• Imagine a customer has accumulated 500 reward points, and they earn an additional 25 points on their recent purchase.
What will be the value of the total_points variable?

```                ```existing_points = 500
earned_points = 25

total_points = existing_points + earned_points

print("Total Reward Points:", total_points)``````
• Imagine you are managing a large project that involves multiple departments within your organization. The project has a total cost associated with it, and you need to allocate the cost among the departments equally.
What will be the value of the cost_per_department variable?

```                ```total_cost = 50000   # Integer
num_departments = 5  # Integer

cost_per_department = total_cost / num_departments

print("Cost per Department:", cost_per_department)``````
• Suppose you have the number of answered customer calls and the total number of incoming calls to a call center.
What will be the value of the response_rate_percentage variable?

```                ```answered_calls = 200        # Integer
total_incoming_calls = 400  # Integer

response_rate_percentage = response_rate * 100

print("Response Rate:", response_rate_percentage, "%")``````
• What will be printed in the console?

```                ```y = 8
z = 2

print(8 / 2)``````
• ## Python Exercises for Operators

• If you’ve faced difficulties with these exercises, take a look at Operators Module on my Python course.

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