Arithmetic Arranger Coding

Arithmetic Arranger Problems:
Do the problems need to be the same as the ones in the example?
Do the problems need to be in quotation marks?
Is there a special format for the Arithmetic Arranger Function?

Thanks!

Your code so far
Still A Work In Progress…

operator.sub(a, b)

operator.sub(a, b)

Return a - b.

print(arithmetic_arranger([“32 + 698”, “3801 - 2”, “45 + 43”, “123 + 49”]))

arithmetic_arranger([“32 + 698”, “3801 - 2”, “45 + 43”, “123 + 49”])

Content - [“32 + 698”, “3801 - 2”, “45 + 43”, “123 + 49”]

Arithmetic - “32 + 698”, “3801 - 2”, “45 + 43”, “123 + 49”

https://replit.com/@JasmineChukwuek/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter-5#README.md

a = input ("Equation 1: ") # String Operation (Addition or Subtraction)
b = input ("Equation 2: ") # String Operation (Addition or Subtraction)
c = input ("Equation 3: ") # String Operation (Addition or Subtraction)
d = input ("Equation 4: ") # String Operation (Addition or Subtraction)
e = input ("Equation 5: ") # String Operation (Addition or Subtraction)

fa = float(a) # Float Operation (Addition or Subtraction)
fb = float(b) # Float Operation (Addition or Subtraction)
fc = float(c) # Float Operation (Addition or Subtraction)
fd = float(d) # Float Operation (Addition or Subtraction)
fe = float(e) # Float Operation (Addition or Subtraction)

def ArithmeticArranger([a, b, c, d, e,]):

def ArithmeticArranger(a):

# def a = a list or string or equations ~ [a, b, c, d, e,]):
if a = ["32 + 698", "3801 - 2", "45 + 43", "123 + 49"]  
a = raw_input())
b = raw_input())
else:
    print()
   # Error Messages:
   # Error: Too many problems. (Can't be more than 5)
   # Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.
   # Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.
   # 
if
else
try
except

if a = True
print()

Define Equations

Define Operations

def subtraction (a,b):
sub = a - b
return sub
print(sub)
def addition (a, b) :
add = a + b
return add
print(add)
def multiplication (a, b) :
multi = a * b
return multi
print(add)
def division (a, b) :
divi = a / b
return divi
print(divi)

def computerarithmetic():
subtraction(8,4)

print(arithmetic_arranger([“32 + 698”, “3801 - 2”, “45 + 43”, “123 + 49”]))

def ComputeArthmetic() :

print ("In ComputeArthmetic", a, b)
if a > 40 :
    reg = rate * hours
    otp = (rate * 0.5) * (hours - 40)
    pay = reg + otp
    return pay # The Missing Link!!
else: 
    pay = rate * hours
    print("Returning", pay)
    return pay
if a > 5 :
    print('Error: Too many problems.')
if a = * or /  :
    print('Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'. `)
If == True :
print(Answers)

if a = True:
print("")

if a = False:
print("")

<class ‘bool’>

b = False
type(b)
<class ‘bool’>

a = input ("Enter Element 1: ") #String Hours
b = input ("Enter Variable 2: ") #String Rate
_ = input (“Operation 1” :slight_smile: # String Operation (Addition or Subtraction)

fh = float(a) # Float Hours
fr = float(b) # Float Rate

xp = computepay(fh,fr)

print(“Pay:” ,xp)

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Challenge: Arithmetic Formatter

Link to the challenge:

Function should accept list with problems, each problem is a string. There’s no need to accept input from user manually.

How the problems will end up as a strings in the list, which is passed into the function, is not a concern of the project.