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### Python Operators Exercises

• Check if the gadget is affordable or not ?

```                ```my_budget = 120.00

• If the number of seats matches the industry standard, return True; otherwise, return False.

```                ```number_of_seats = 105
standard_seats = 100

is_standard = number_of_seats '' standard_seats

print('Is the standard met?', is_standard)``````
• Check if the guaranty is still valid ?

```                ```guranty_days = 60
passed_days = 42

is_guaranty_valid = guranty_days - passed_days '' 0

print(f'Is the guaranty valid? {is_guaranty_valid}')``````
• A university requires a minimum GPA of 3.5 for admission to its honors program.
Check to determine if a student’s GPA meets the requirement for the honors program or not?

```                ```minimum_gpa_requirement = 3.5
student_gpa = 4.1

is_gpa_sufficient = student_gpa '' minimum_gpa_requirement

print(is_gpa_sufficient)``````
• A credit card company provides a special interest rate for customers with a credit score below 1000.
Check if a customer’s credit score meets the requirement for the special interest rate or not?

```                ```special_interest_rate_threshold = 1000
customer_score = 700

qualified = customer_score '' special_interest_rate_threshold

print('Is the customer qualified?', qualified)

``````
• A restaurant offers special menu for customers with 500mg or less sodium requirement.
Check dish sodium content for qualification.

```                ```sodium_limit = 500          # Maximum sodium content allowed for the special menu
dish_sodium_content = 350   # Sodium content of the dish

qualify = dish_sodium_content '' sodium_limit

print("Does the dish qualify for the special menu? ", qualify)``````
• Check if the user’s subscription is active or not.

```                ```subscription_status = 'active'
is_subscription_active = subscription_status '' 'active'

print('Is the subscription active?', is_subscription_active)``````
• Check if the currect temperature is lower than or equal the recommended storage temperature or not?

```                ```current_temperature = 25.0
recommended_temperature = 10.0

is_temperature_below_recommended = current_temperature '' recommended_temperature

print("Is the temperature below the recommended level?", is_temperature_below_recommended)``````
• Does the company have growth compared to the previous quarter?

```                ```# Revenue calculation for the current quarter
current_quarter_sales = 50000      # Total sales for the current quarter
current_quarter_expenses = 20000   # Total expenses for the current quarter
current_revenue = current_quarter_sales - current_quarter_expenses

# Revenue calculation for the previous quarter
previous_quarter_sales = 45000      # Total sales for the previous quarter
previous_quarter_expenses = 18000   # Total expenses for the previous quarter
previous_quarter_revenue = previous_quarter_sales - previous_quarter_expenses

is_revenue_growth = current_revenue > previous_quarter_revenue

print('Is there revenue growth compared to the previous quarter?', is_revenue_growth)``````
• Has the website’s conversion rate improved compared to last month?

```                ```# Conversion rate calculation for the current month
current_month_visitors = 1000      # Total number of visitors for the current month
current_month_conversions = 50     # Total number of conversions for the current month
current_conversion_rate = current_month_conversions / current_month_visitors

# Conversion rate calculation for the previous month
previous_month_visitors = 900    # Total number of visitors for the previous month
previous_month_conversions = 40  # Total number of conversions for the previous month
previous_month_conversion_rate = previous_month_conversions / previous_month_visitors

is_conversion_improvement = current_conversion_rate > previous_month_conversion_rate

print('Has the conversion rate improved compared to last month?', is_conversion_improvement)``````
• ## 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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