CSE101-Lab 6

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Complete all required blank boxes and lines on this handout. When you are done, show your written answers
to one of the TAs. The TA may ask you a few questions to make sure you understand the material.
Submission: The docx file and edited version of PaintShapes.py, zipped into a file

1 Random Simulation Basics
The following script produces 4 lines of output:
# ShowRand.py
from random import randint as randi
from random import uniform as randu
N = 100000
count=0
for k in range(N):
x = randu(0,100)
if 10<=x<=20 or 45<=x<=70:
count +=1
print (float(count)/float(N))
count=0
for k in range(N):
x = randu(0,100)
if 10<=x<=45 and 20<=x<=60:
count +=1
print (float(count)/float(N))
count=0
for
k in range(N):
x = randi(1,20)
if x%3==1 or x%5==0:
count +=1
print (float(count)/float(N))
count=0
for
k in range(N):
x = randi(1,20)
if 13<=x<17:
count +=1
print (float(count)/float(N))

Fill in the following table: I Think the Python Expression Notes Output Is 1 First Output Line 2 Second Output Line 3 Third Output Line 4 Fourth Output Line Says 2 PaintShapes Run the module PaintShapes. [Make the required changes in the PaintShapes.py and observe that it randomly places 500 color disks and squares in the figure window: Look at the computation of rangeR and sideRange values inside the for loop.3) if rc%3==0: c = MAGENTA elif rc%3==1: c = CYAN else: c = BLUE so that we draw a Magenta disk with probability 1/3.1 Show how to modify these assignment statements so that no painted shape is cut by the edge of the figure window? As it stands. 2. the color is Magenta with probability 1/3. Cyan with probability 1/3.12).py] . a Cyan disk with probability 1/4. 2.2 How could you change rc = randi(1. and a Blue disk with probability 5/12? Hint: randi(1. and Blue with probability 1/3.

( -L. An example T would be 'NNEENNSSWWSSWWEE'. T. and T.2 Add code after the Code Here comment so that the x.4) if r==1: # Hop North y = y + 1. or two units West. -L). two units East.count('E'). two units South.0) and hops its way towards the edge of the square.count('W'). T = T + 'SS' else: # Hop West x = x-1.y coordinates of the robot's final position are printed out. Answer: 3. L). A hop is either two units North.count('N'). T = T + 'NN' elif r==2: # Hop East x = x + 1. -L): x = 0 y = 0 T = “” for i in range 2000 : if abs(x) < L and abs(y) < L: # The robot has not reached the edge r = randi(1. Add code after the Code Here comment so that the number of hops that the robot took is assigned to the variable nSteps.count('S'). and ( -L. Think about T.1 Assume that L is a positive integer and that T has been produced by the for loop. T = T + 'EE' elif r==3: # Hop South y = y-1. 3.3 Random Walk Here is code that simulates a random walk inside a square with corners (L. The string T records the itinerary. (Hint. (L. T. L). T = T + 'WW' else: break # Code Here The robot starts at (0. Answer: .

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