# Functions Mixed-Up Code QuestionsΒΆ

Create a function called `exp`

that takes in two parameters, `num1`

and `num2`

, and returns `num1`

raised to the
power of `num2`

. For example, `exp(2,3)`

should return `8`

.

Write a function called `exp`

that takes in two parameters, `num1`

and `num2`

, and returns `num1`

raised to the
power of `num2`

. For example, `exp(2,3)`

should return `8`

.

Create a function called `poly_perimeter`

that takes in two parameters, `len_side`

and `num_sides`

, and
returns the perimeter of the polygon. The perimeter of a polygon is the length of each side times the number of sides. For example, `poly_perimeter(4,5)`

should return `20`

.

Write a function called `poly_perimeter`

that takes in two parameters, `len_side`

and `num_sides`

, and
returns the perimeter of the polygon. The perimeter of a polygon is the length of each side times the number of sides. For example, `poly_perimeter(4,5)`

should return `20`

.

Create a function called `sphere_volume`

that takes in one parameter, `radius`

, and
returns the volume of a sphere with the given `radius`

. The volume of a sphere is 4 / 3 times PI (in which 3.14 should be used) times the `radius`

cubed.
For example, `sphere_volume(3)`

should return `113.04`

.

Write a function called `sphere_volume`

that takes in one parameter, `radius`

, and
returns the volume of a sphere with the given `radius`

. The volume of a sphere is 4 / 3 times PI (in which 3.14 should be used) times the `radius`

cubed.
For example, `sphere_volume(3)`

should return `113.04`

.

Create a function called `circle_circumference`

that takes in one parameter, `radius`

, and returns the
circumference of a circle with the given `radius`

. The circumference of a circle is 2 times PI (in which 3.14 should be used) times the `radius`

. For example,
`circle_circumference(3)`

should return `18.84`

.

Write a function called `circle_circumference`

that takes in one parameter, `radius`

, and returns the
circumference of a circle with the given `radius`

. The circumference of a circle is 2 times PI (in which 3.14 should be used) times the `radius`

. For example,
`circle_circumference(3)`

should return `18.84`

.

Create a function called `slope`

that takes in four parameters, `x1`

, `x2`

, `y1`

, and `y2`

, and
returns the slope of a line formed by the two points. The slope is `y2`

minus `y1`

divided by `x2`

minus `x1`

.
For example, `slope(4, 3, 7, 8)`

should return `-1`

.

Write a function called `slope`

that takes in four parameters, `x1`

, `x2`

, `y1`

, and `y2`

, and
returns the slope of a line formed by the two points. The slope is `y2`

minus `y1`

divided by `x2`

minus `x1`

.
For example, `slope(4, 3, 7, 8)`

should return `-1`

.

Create a function called `get_hypotenuse`

that takes in two parameters, `angle`

and `opposite_side`

, and
returns the hypotenuse of a right triangle. `angle`

contains the angle facing the opposite side in degrees.
The sine function takes in a value in radians. The sine of an angle is equal to the opposite side over the hypotenuse.

Write a function called `get_hypotenuse`

that takes in two parameters, `angle`

and `opposite_side`

, and
returns the hypotenuse of a right triangle. `angle`

contains the angle facing the opposite side in degrees.
The sine function takes in a value in radians. The sine of an angle is equal to the opposite side over the hypotenuse.

Create a function called `convert_to_miles`

that takes in `feet`

as a parameter and
returns the value in miles. `feet`

contains the length of an object in feet. 1 mile is equal to 5280 feet.

Write a function called `convert_to_miles`

that takes in `feet`

as a parameter and
returns the value in miles. `feet`

contains the length of an object in feet. 1 mile is equal to 5280 feet.

Create a function called `even_odd`

that takes in `integer`

as a parameter and
returns 1 if the integer is even, 2 if the integer is odd, or 3 if neither is true.

Write a function called `even_odd`

that takes in `integer`

as a parameter and
returns 1 if the integer is even, 2 if the integer is odd, or 3 if neither is true.

Create a function called `larger_string`

that takes in two parameters, `str1`

and `str2`

, and
returns the string that has the larger length. If the lengths are equal, return `str1`

.

Write a function called `larger_string`

that takes in two parameters, `str1`

and `str2`

, and
returns the string that has the larger length. If the lengths are equal, return `str1`

.

Create a function called `find_distance`

that takes in four parameters, `x1`

, `y1`

, `x2`

, and `y2`

, and
returns the distance between these two points.

Write a function called `find_distance`

that takes in four parameters, `x1`

, `y1`

, `x2`

, and `y2`

, and
returns the distance between these two points.