3. Testing
Feel free to use your laptop
You are strongly encourage to work with others
When you get stuck, ask those sitting around you for help
Get used to working together in the labs
Peer teaching and peer learning has been empirically shown to be very effective
3.1. Pre Lab Exercises

5 but have it in a function that returns the result
Also write assertion tests for the function, include type hints, and write a docstring

8 but write assertion tests for the function, include type hints, and write a docstring
3.2. Before Kattis
Write a function to calculate the density of an object
\(d = \frac{m}{V}\)
The function will have the mass and volume of the object as parameters
The function will return the density
Write an effective docstring for this function
Include type hints for this function
Write assertion tests for this function
Write a function to calculate acceleration
\(a = \frac{\Delta v}{t}\)
The function will have the starting velocity, ending velocity, and time as parameters
The function will return the acceleration
Write an effective docstring for this function
Include type hints for this function
Write assertion tests for this function
Write a function to convert latitudes/longitudes from degrees, minutes, and seconds to a decimal value of a degree
\(1 minute = \frac{1}{60} degrees\)
\(1 second = \frac{1}{60} minute = \frac{1}{3600} degrees\)
This function will have the degrees, minutes, and seconds as parameters
This function will return the latitude/longitude value as degrees with a decimal
Write an effective docstring for this function
Include type hints for this function
Write assertion tests for this function
3.3. Kattis Problems
Do not forget the code we used last time to read input on Kattis
1data = input() # Read a WHOLE, SINGLE line of input
2data = data.split() # Split string into individual pieces
3a_var = int(data[0]) # Take string from data[X], convert it to int...
4b_var = int(data[1]) # ... And store it in some variable
Warning
The above code will only work when the input is 2 integers on the same line. You may need to hack this code to make it work for your particular problem.
Skip any of the following problems if you did them already.
Although not necessary, for practice, write each solution in a function with docstrings, s, and assertion tests