# Simple Data Types

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Challenge 9 – Hows the temperature? Bronze

• Ask the user the temperature and convert the temperature to an integer.
• If the temperature is above 30 degrees, tell the user it is hot today Silver

• If the temperature is below 5 degrees, tell the user the it is cold.
• Use the os.system(‘clear’) function to add system clears to your program. Gold

• If the user enters any amount outside of the valid range ( – 50c ./ + 50c) , they should be told that they have entered an invalid value.

Challenge 10 – Calculate the area of a rectangle. Bronze

• Ask the user to enter the length and width of a rectangle.
• Convert the inputs to integers.
• Output the area of the rectangle. Silver

• Use the .strip() method to remove spaces before and after the user’s input.
• Also calculate the circumference of the rectangle and output the circumference as well. Gold

• Ask the user to enter the lengths and widths of 2 rectangles.
• Calculate the area of both and output which rectangle is higher.

Challenge 11 – Calculate the missing triangle angle

The angles of a triangle always add up to 180 degrees. Bronze

• Ask the user to enter 2 angles of a triangle and convert the values to integers
• Work out the third angle and output it to the user. Silver

Check each of the values entered to ensure that they are valid ( less than 180 degrees in total) and print out an appropriate response if they don’t enter a valid amount. Gold

• Check the values entered and calculated to work out of the triangle if the triangle is either:
• Equilateral  – All angles equal size.
• Isosceles – Two angles equal size.
• Scalene – All angles of different size.
• Print out an appropriate amount.

Challenge 12 – Reaction Timer Game

Create a program that tests the user’s reaction time.

*** To complete this challenge you need to watch the advanced tutorial *** Bronze

• Get the program to wait a random amount of seconds  and then ask the user to press enter. Silver

• Record the time the message was displayed and the time the user pressed enter. Work out the response time and print it out to the user.
• use the round() function to convert the user’s float to 2 decimal places. Gold

• If the user took less the 0.1 seconds, tell them well done.
• If the user took longer than 0.5 seconds, tell them their reaction time is too slow.