Read Chapters 15 through 17 of “Think Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist” from Or get the pdf file of the book from the same link.

  1. Finish running all the examples in Chapters 15 through 19 of “Think  Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist” by yourself in Python  shell interactive command mode or IDLE editor window. Collect all output  of your running examples and submit them in one text file named  “CSC111-Case4-Examples-YourFirstNameLastname”
  2. Finish coding the following exercises in Python, run them, and  collect the running results into a file named  “CSC111-Case4-Exercises-YourFirstNameLastName” and submit it.
    1. Exercise 16.1
    2. Exercise 16.2
    3. Exercise 16.4
    4. Exercise 16.7
    5. Exercise 17.2
    6. Exercise 17.3
    7. Exercise 17.4
    8. Exercise 17.7

Note: When you program the exercises you can name them whatever you want, such as or but the submitted file should provide name of the exercise, source code, and running results.

  1. Finally, write a summary document named  “CSC111-Case4Summary-YourFirstNameLastName” to report what you have  learned from this SLP assignment and any other learning experience.